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Lemon Chia Oatmeal Pancakes by Hannah Shell

Adam and I love to freestyle in the kitchen. It’s one of the best things we do, and have done since the very beginning together. We work best together when we get to be creative about accomplishing a mutual goal. We both have our strengths and weaknesses and push the other to try things we aren’t comfortable with. Adam is often finding creative ways to use leftovers and I’m pretty good at making sauces to compliment whatever he’s working on.

Our latest creation started because we accidentally ate the sweet potatoes we had originally intended for

There was no audible indication of what had just happened or any pain. It was an over the bars moment like any other, expecting to brush myself off, pick up the bike and carry on. I was just annoyed at myself for coming off on such a simple section and losing time on the 1st special stage on stage 4 of Ironbike, especially after a strong climb up to the start.


The position of the left wrist said it all, I knew my race was over. As was the next 6 weeks at least of riding minimum.

Okay, so we all know that cycling gets you fit, but what else does it do for you? We thought we'd put this together, and try to encourage more people to join the cycling revolution.  Here's our short list of cycling benefits, complied by Larisa and Robert...


1. Balance: Cycling produces the balance between exertion and relaxation, which is so important for the bodies equiliberium.  We all like to exercise, but we like to chill out too. Cycling is a perfect balance of both, and it alsotakes you to some amazing places, with lots more to see and do.

2. Heart: All the risk factors that lead to a

Summer is drawing to a close and the rain is currently falling outside as I write this. It’s been a unique year, both on and off the bike. I’ve been thrown through the air by a car in Nice, thankfully walking … or riding slowly and painfully away from it, with nothing more than back pain, which still persists. I’ve cycled in Flanders, and I’ve stood on a booth at EuroBike, the largest cycle show in the world, and cycled in Hungary with some of the most amazing people I know.

And I guess that I should add that I’ve cycled 1100km around the north of France, using a carbon bike for touring,

 Classic situation – You get off your bike and say to yourself: I think, I’ll never do this again. And this is what happened last year after I’ve rode my last lap of the 24 hours on the race track of Zolder/Belgium. Yes, a lot can happen in one year and then happened what should happen: Also in 2018 I was standing at the starting line of the 4 km lap and even felt some anticipation with a view to the forthcoming 24 hours.

But let’s start from the beginning.

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