It is after all just riding in a straight line right? As long as you keep the pedals turning for 10 hours a day then all will be fine….. I’ve been following the adventures of a group of lads from Christchurch, Dorset, UK. they are cycling the Camino Frances as I type. They have allowed… Read More Think this is easy? Darren McDonnell, Dave Blow and Anthony Foy ride “The Way” for charity.
The high road and the low, the long and winding, the lonesome, the royal. The open road and the private. You have the road to hell, the tobacco road, the crooked, the straight and the narrow. There’s the road; stretching into infinity, boardered with lacey mists favoured by sentimental poets. There’s a more dignified road… Read More A better explanation than I could ever give!
They’ve arrived! check them out. I’ve been using Moo cards for years. Nice to have all the details on hand and the symbol of “the way” the scallop shell on most of them. This blog: Tony Hemans and Glen Eccles will be cycling the Camino Frances from St jean Pied de Port in France to… Read More Contact Cards!
when I decided to do this ride for charity, one of my considerations had to be proving to those who gave their money in support that I had completed the task. How easy would it be to just get the bus? Hire a car? Well, it’s not that hard to prove actually 😉 It stands… Read More The Proof.
SO! A month has now passed. I’d lost count of all those times I told myself I should start to get fit again, Like every new year, every birthday and every time I saw someone else who looked good after starting a fitness regime….. Each time I think back to the last time I’d said it and think the… Read More One Month In……
Thankyou for taking the time to read this journal. From now until October I will be updating as regularly as I can on my successes and failures in getting fit and completing El Camino Frances within the 6 day target I have set myself. I’m now nearly 3 weeks into this challenge. I decided running… Read More Buen Camino! The first steps….