Looking forward to 2021

I don’t think that anyone will disagree when I say that 2020 wasn’t what any of us planned for or expected. I am however, looking forward to a much more constructive 2021 and would like to begin by sharing a small gift to those who share my love of going a little bit further than last time!

In 2020, a significant amount of cycling events were cancelled, this included both of the 24hr events (Mersey Roads and Kielder Chiller) I was planning to ride. I did however, on my third attempt, complete my everesting (not so subtle Brag)!

I’m pretty good at problem solving and have always wanted to put on a 24hr event: so In 2021, I’d like to put on the inaugural ‘Mary Mary off-road TT’, which has been designed to be as Covid secure as possible and minimise personal loss if it does need to be cancelled or postponed. In line with Breaking Cycles CIC’s beliefs, its also designed to have a tiny environmental footprint too!

Rooley Moor Road

I want this to be both brutal and inclusive so, although its a great 24hr challenge, I’d also like to invite people to use this event as an opportunity to ride the MTL for the first time or set their own goals, like a fast lap, night lap or double lap…

Please click here to find out more about ‘Mary Mary’ and hopefully help to make it happen…

The next time I post, I’ll be sharing the first part of my 2021 Vlog series: “#FatLadsCantClimb – Been there, done that, the T-Shirt doesn’t fit” which follow up on the themes of #FatLadsCantClimb as I document what it takes for me to get down to ‘race weight’ for this year’s cycling challenge…

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