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.
On 19th June, on the 170th day of the year, a group of cyclists from Boots rode 170 miles to celebrate Boots 170th year. For many, this was the first time they had ridden this distance. The route, which included a 26 mile tour of London taking in all the sights then headed North to […]
Dominic’s recent article on time management has been very well received, with HR Director and The Future of Sourcing both choosing to feature the article on their websites. Take a read and see what you think. Why not check out our other articles? Many of these have also featured elsewhere.