(Not) Big Ben

Taking a break from the Cloudforce conference at the Royal Festival Hall.

Tower Bridge, London

Round Table 147 Euromeeting 2011.  Thames trip from Greenwich to Westminster.  Have to go back to Greenwich,  all we saw was the inside of Pizza Express!

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Commute to Shoreditch

Commute to Shoreditch My cycling partner has returned from his two weeks weight-to-power ratio camp. This has not stopped him. Another very fast speed, although overall time a bit slower.  Legs feeling three days in a row.A gorgeous sunny day, although that sun is very low when we start, direct in the eyes at some… Continue reading Commute to Shoreditch

Proudest of Dads

Our household has been on tenterhooks this past few days, weeks… Today, like many households around the country we awaited A2 and AS results. For the A2s, last year, apparently UCAS, the University place people, released details of places very early. So naturally, Lucy was on the ‘net from early trying to get in. UCAS… Continue reading Proudest of Dads

Ride4aReason in the Sunshine

Ride4aReason in the Sunshine Sunshine, good company and a lovely route. We are blessed to be able to do a ride like that so close to home.

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Club run to Barton-le-Clay

Garmin Connect – Details. Today’s ride was my first with the new “Rapides” group, led ably by David Reid.  This group is meant to be the front of the fast mods, and more forgiving than the fast group.  And so it proved to be.  We averaged a moving time of over 30kph but managed not… Continue reading Club run to Barton-le-Clay

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Recovering, but still looking a bit like a train-crash….

I’ve gone to HQ in California on business, this time with the train-crash victim look. I’m worried they are going to get the wrong impression of me… The majority of the plasters are off, and the healing process well under way. The cuts on the bridge of my nose are proving more resilient. I spent… Continue reading Recovering, but still looking a bit like a train-crash….