Sunday, 31 January 2016

I'm organising a bike ride!

Writing a book takes a long time.

While my proof-readers and illustrator do their stuff, I've not been idle, and together with some fellow club mates we're pleased to announce the inaugural  Kingston Wheeler 200km Audax ride:

Rowlands RAAAmble, 11th September. Click the link, read the blurb, ride the ride!

Hopefully the book will be available by then as well.

Saturday, 26 September 2015

RTW book written

Apologies for the radio silence, I've been busy. It was a PBP year and I also did my first Ironman triathlon - well, I needed a new challenge!

Anyway, the good news is my book is written! Not so good...I've not yet found a publisher. But these days that's not such an issue, I'll self-publish on Amazon/Kindle.

It's currently being proof-read by trusty brother Antony and fellow audaxer Malcolm Dancy who wrote his own book about LEL, and I'm getting some illustrations and a cover done by Dominic Trevett who did my logo.

An extract, Warsaw to Voronezh, was published in the spring issue of Arrivée magazine.

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Laid Back Book

It's exactly a year since I set off from London on April 5th 2014, how time flies! The book is now drafted as far as Auckland, here's an extract from the early days.

Saturday, 24 January 2015

Laid Back Slideshow - the Musical!

Two more opportunities to see my holiday snaps...now with added soundtrack!
  • 6pm, Friday 13th February, at BikeFix in Lambs Conduit Street,a double-bill event with bike designer Mike Burrows who will be launching his new book
  • 12.30pm, Thursday 7th May, City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA (booking details to follow)

Monday, 8 December 2014

Laid Back Slideshows: come and see my holiday snaps!

I'm doing a couple of public slideshows in January 2015:

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Ride stats & article for UEA

22,777 kms
4 continents
18 countries
1,320 riding hours
4,310 hours including all stops
17.3 km/h average
5.3 km/h including stops
116,269 metres climbing
6,000,000 pedal revolutions (approx)

UEA just published a brief article on their alumni site

Friday, 17 October 2014