The changing face of family travel
From Kos to Kyoto: how the modern family holiday has changed I remember 2 family holidays as a child; one was road tripping around Scandinavia, camping with the family as a very young boy (in truth I’m not sure how much I remember and how much comes from photographs), the other was a trip to … Continue reading The changing face of family travelContinue Reading
MEAME on Crowdcube
There’s clearly something in the air, following on from a multitude of successful crowdfunding launches, British brand MEAME are looking to raise £180,000 to enable them to grow further. I’ve taken a look at their fabulous Alpha Tweed Blazer, and received lots of admiring looks due to its most excellent styling and ingenious use of … Continue reading MEAME on CrowdcubeContinue Reading
I’ve just arrived in Geneva as a guest of the local tourist board, here to do some running and ride my bike – all well and good I hear you say (also thinking this sounds like one of those humblebrag blogs!), but why are you updating your travelling plans on a blog post? The tourism … Continue reading #likeagirlContinue Reading
All in for the Trans-Am bike race!
Throwing your hat in the ring – feel the fear and do it anyway! When stars align, schedules match, and school holidays allow, there comes a magical time, a time that’s super rare, indeed a time that’s so rare it seems only right that you should enter the Trans-Am bike race! It’s one of the … Continue reading All in for the Trans-Am bike race!Continue Reading
New female specific athletic wear from THRĒO
With Anda getting ever closer to running her first marathon, neatly tying-in with winter ending, eyes are meandering to sports-wear again. This week has seen a new season’s launch from women’s sport brand THRĒO. Designed for, and by, female endurance athletes the range features some bold styles and nice design touches – all made in … Continue reading New female specific athletic wear from THRĒOContinue Reading
Zwift Academy keeps on growing!
Following on from the first year’s success, Zwift and CANYON//SRAM are looking to build the Zwift Academy program further, with long term plans in place to help grow its participation numbers well past 3500 and create the world’s largest community of female cyclists. The announcement coincides with 2016 Zwift Academy winner, Leah Thorvilson, joining her … Continue reading Zwift Academy keeps on growing!Continue Reading