Press

Mountain Bike Leader Profile on British Cycling

Over the last couple of years I’ve been quietly collecting British Cycling qualifications and awards as I’m really keen on working with the local community, providing quality training and coaching and delivering fun, quality sessions for all kinds of riders. […]

I’ve Just Signed With Assos

If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you’ll probably have guessed that I don’t half love prancing about in fancy cycle clothing and nice cycle kits. My cycling wardrobe is far better than my regular one, […]

Cyclist’s Games – The Lucky Cap

I’m the most indecisive person in the whole world and Dave Noakes ain’t much better. So Sunday mornings in our house are a bloody nightmare – at breakfast we discuss endless possibilities for the days adventure chucking more and more ideas into […]

It Takes Two – Brooks England Blogs

I’ve just joined the Brooks England blogroll to share my tales of touring and adventure…so that means I’ve got my maps out and I’m plotting my next escapade. I’ve a few things in mind, all of which spell my kind […]

Raw Cycling Mag Interview

Online bike mag Raw Cycling posted a lickle interview with yours truly recently. Head on over to their site to find out more about why I like bikes, and why I was worried about that Met Helmets ‘We are Italians’ video until […]

Wideopen Magazine’s Women’s Wednesdays

Lauren Jenkins recently interviewed me for Wideopen Magazine’s Women’s Wednesdays and took the chance to ask me several questions about women in action sports and how we can grow participation. It’s an interesting question, and a subject that’s close to […]

Artcrank Feature For Urban Cyclist

I recently wrote an eight-page feature for Urban Cyclist magazine on Artcrank‘s ‘poster parties for bike people.’ It came out super nice, so go grab a copy to find out more about this genius combination of beer, bikes, arts and […]

Cycle Touring – Where To Begin?

Ah, the thrill of the open road! Nothing but you, your bike and the wind in your hair. Well, that and a couple of panniers stuffed with essentials! Travelling by bike, you’re immersed in the scenery, an extension of the […]

Cykeln Magazine Interview

Fixed gear magazine, Cykeln  just released their new issue and it features an interview with your truly. I think they’re experiencing some issues with their upload (something I can totally relate too after Coven Magazine shenanigans) so if you’d like […]

LSN Future Lab Profiles

I was recently profiled by LSN Global for part of their Future Lab series. For this feature, they selected people who represent what they’ve dubbed the ‘athena tribe,’ entrepreneurial women exuding a positive ‘alpha’ spirit which is empowering rather than […]

Coven Magazine In Neo2 Magazine

Spanish Magazine, Neo 2 recently profiled several women behind the helm of print publications around the world. I was delighted to be included, and tell them all about my experiences self publishing a magazine. In case you don’t speak Spanish, […]

I Was A Bike Missenger

Up until last year, I was working as a bike messenger in London alongside my other endeavours. More often than not, I found people intrigued by my mysterious career and was frequently asked what it entailed (delivering packages, duh!), whether […]

Jeremie Reuiller’s Met Pics

Earlier this summer, Mr Bikes-N-Stuff and I spent a sunny afternoon being photographed for the new Met Helmets 2014 catalogue by Jeremie Reuiller. Every time people visit Teinbridge, I enjoy showing off the area I live in like some sort […]