As if 606kms and 16,000m of ascent were not enough, riders in one of the world’s toughest non-stop ultradistance ride had to cope with heavy rain, thunderstorms and in the high Dolomites, snow. No stranger to long distance following the Lands End to John O’Groats tandem record earlier in the year Dominic Irvine completed the ride to take first place in the solo unsupported category coming 8th overall beating many supported solo riders and teams of riders. Chapeau.
Today, Epiphanies partner, Dominic Irvine did a photoshoot for the Waitrose Weekend in-store magazine. It was blowing a gale but photographer Adam Prosser persevered. We’re looking forward to seeing the article some time in January. Dom was the first Northbound finisher of the 2018 Tour Divide, an epic 2750 mile mountain bike race along the […]
It is always great to receive feedback, in this case from a delegate completing one of our leadership development programmes. It puts a spring in our step to think we have made a difference. It’s what we live for – helping people succeed. “I wanted to thank you for the organising the course, which I […]