Nick Livermore, battered silly by ex-hurricane Bertha, takes to the hills around the Cotswolds, aided by a support car in a wet weather mashup of race, led ride and sportive.
Nick Livermore samples the delights of Tetbury’s retro-inspired cycling café and shop. With beautiful flat whites and flavoursome homemade cake, it turns out this is one stop the Cotswolds can be pr..
A rustic vegetarian café in the popular Welsh town of Llanidloes. The Great Oak is fantastic when you need a break from the relentless ups and downs of the Welsh mountains.
So this is what burnout feels like? Strange. Whatever you do, don’t take your day off too seriously. Learn to kick back, relax and go nowhere near bananas.
Fuelled by his unabating desire for cake, Stephen Brand discovers why Jennie Wren’s, Winslow is one of the most popular cafés among cyclists in Buckinghamshire and beyond.
A quaint tea room in the shadow of Tintern Abbey, The White Monk is the perfect place to stop for coffee, tea and cake whether you’re going up the Wye Valley, or returning down it.
You want to know don’t you? What’s the thing about cycling in the rain? Well, I’m sorry to bring this up, but it’s pretty enjoyable; don’t you think?
Nick Livermore discovers some of the smaller, grittier roads Somerset has to offer, taking wrong turns, enjoying plentiful food and falling foul of multiple punctures along the way.