Seasons greetings

I’m spending the last days of 2019 at my dad’s house in Sweden, it is so peaceful and relaxing. After working my socks off teaching since september and managing all my other projects on the side, I fully enjoy having ten days with no obligations – just sleeping, reading books and planning for next year.

Cool Cat, my Swedish registered motorbike, has been tucked away since I was here last in July. In the meantime the battery has died so my preparations for next season begins with finding a new suitable battery to fit on the GS. Then hopefully I can book some track days and other riding events, I would especially want to improve my gravel riding which, in al honesty, is pretty rubbish 😀

I wish you all a sweet end of the year, I’ll be back soon with a review of the Knox Cold Killers, an awesome piece of kit in cold weather, both on and off the bike.


Summer’s coming

Woohoo! Exciting times ahead!
After a long winter without riding, summer can’t come soon enough, and yet somehow summer is coming too quickly. I can’t keep up, essays to write, exams to pass, routes to plot and a bike to prepare.
For this season my blog is going to get a major upgrade, new design by Hexaten is being crafted at this very moment. The new blog will go live this upcoming weekend and to celebrate the launch I will run the Hackney half on Sunday, wearing the new logo!