Smiles for miles
Why do you ride your bike?
Favourite place to ride?
Tuscany, I’ll be back and I’m bringing the B’s with me
Up or down mountains?
Although crashing the first time I met the B’s, this was actually a surprisingly good experience. People helped me up and took care of me, so that I wanted to get back on the bike right away. And I did, after I had the okay from Lowell and the team. I suffered a couple of weeks of pain in my right hip, but it didn’t stop me running my first half marathon in May 2018 a couple of weeks later. I also was now determined more than ever to improve my bike skills.
Probably anytime I go out, especially on early weekend rides, when you stop at the traffic light and chat to the other cyclists heading out, too. Cycling unites people, I love that about this sport. A big part of cycling is social for me, it motivates me to do things I otherwise would never have done and enables me to experience my surroundings in a way that is unique. It makes me get up early in the morning and enjoy the outdoors more often.
I’ll get by with a little help from my friends
How long does it take you to change a flat?
Advice to a new cyclist?
A good reason to ride
Steel, Carbon or Ti?
Grand tours or Classics?
Beach life is cycle life
Gels or potatoes?
Headwind or rain?
I wish I had been told that…
Happy Days with the gang
What is it like being a Baroudeur?
Advice to someone wanting to join the Baroudeurs?
What does your cycling future hold?
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