Riding a big mountain route from the Les Arcs area all the way to La Thuile
Remember those three really long blog entries I did about our trip to the Queyras Regional Park? Well, here's a much shorter version written by a pro! If you're a Singletrack premium subscriber, there's every chance you've seen it already, but if not here are the pages in image form... sorry for the very low-tech… Continue reading We’re in Singletrack Mag!
Well, it's been a mint week riding my bike in Engadin St Moritz, with a crew of other bike-loving ladies! We've talked about everything from suspension to farting, ridden some great trails, eaten some delicious food, and above all I think we've all come away with a whole bunch of new friends. We were in… Continue reading New Friends Aplenty
[You can find the first instalment of this blog here and the second, here] Day 4 was the day of the first puncture, and it didn't even happen in anger! Actually, it was a bit of a mystery, a slow leak that seemed to emanate from the valve. Not long into the morning's 12km climb,… Continue reading Hut Trippin in the Queyras : Day 4 & 5
[You can find the first instalment of this blog here] The next morning everyone else at the refuge got their march on at around 8am and we suddenly found ourselves all alone. Feeling like the faffers holding everyone up, we got ourselves outside and eventually left around 9am. The sign post said it was a… Continue reading Hut Trippin in the Queyras : Day 2 & 3
Last week we went off on an adventure. Lugging our bikes up and up and up, we got hot, sweaty and hungry. The reward? Some of the most excellent singletrack in all the land! The Queyras Regional Park is an area in the Hautes-Alps of France. I'm going to stick my neck out here and… Continue reading Hut Trippin in the Queyras : Day 1
I was recently asked what fascinates me most about mountain biking. My answer: the places my bike takes me. Years ago I ended up in Graz, Austria because of bikes. Heard of it? I hadn't. This amazing city full of gothic looking architecture was a complete unknown to me. There were also some sweet-ass dirt… Continue reading Trail Gold in the Maritime Alps
Wow, really feeling like she's hit the big time now, Emily is wellllllll pleased with this great little interview on Pinkbike! As part of the "Getting to Know" series, it's a nice little insight into how Emily ended up where she is now.
Emily became one of the first British female guides to take the new British Cycling Level 3 Leadership award earlier this year. To have a read, click on this great photo of Emily by Sam Dugon.
We had our friend Anthony Pease along for a guided ride back in July, and one of his shots was featured in IMB Mag a while after.. what a stunner! It was taken on one of the classic Les Arcs trails - a scenic yet exposed and techy challenge known as La Varda or Sketchy Dismount,… Continue reading Mini Feature in IMB Mag