Day 28 of 30 Days of Biking

Well this was the day I have been working up to, Pedal for the J's 35 mile cycle ride. Up nice & early to a cold Sunny morning & was the best weather we could have for a long ride. Got to the Registration point at 8.30am & left at 9am.

Wasn't long by time I got to 1st refuelling stop 15 miles along, 1 hr 20 mins.

A few mins for a drink, a bite to eat then off again & the route was a scenic one.

Wasn't long before I got to 25 mile mark where & stopped & had a cuppa at High Easter.

Next stop was at around 30 miles in Pleshey to meet up with my beloved Jules at a lovely lil pub & had a good coffee there.

Saw plenty of cyclist pass at that point.

Stopped for a lil while & enjoyed spending some time with Jules before I was off again, the next stop was a few miles later in Great Waltham to refuel for the last bit of the ride.

By this point I had ridden 31 miles, I knew I've now gone further than I've ever done before & I've still got a few more miles to go. So off I went to finish the ride... And I did! :D

Was a fantastic if tiring event I won't forget, I do ache but in a good way. 8 yrs ago I wouldn't have thought I would do this, hell I didn't think I would ever cycle again ever in my life. I have again surpassed myself & I know I will again when I can.

I like to thank my beloved Jules, who took the pictures & videos of me cycling today. I finally now have pics/video of me & my Beast working together.

Here's a clip of my ride today:

Whole ride at 3x speed:


Short clip of me cycling:


  1. Hi Wolf,
    We, at The J's Hospice love your blog. I remember chatting to you last year whilst we were promoting Pedal in The Meadows. I remember you being far braver than me and you going out cycling in all weathers with an amazing story. Are you going to be taken part this year? If you are happy to we would love to do an article on you. If you are interested please contact The J's Hospice Communications Manager, Nikki on her email nperry@thejshospice.org.uk
    We look forward to hearing from you. Thanks. Maz Keenan, Event and Community Fundraiser

    1. Thankyou, I will email later. I do remember you from our chat at The Meadows & still go out in all weathers & have finally become stick free as explained in this blog: http://wolfiesblogs.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/on-2-legs.html. I must admit last year has been one hell of a rollercoaster of events as explained here: http://wolfiesblogs.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/a-reflection-on-past-year-of-2013.html#.Ut7TzRBFDtQ & I hope to out match it this yr. :D

      I did enjoy the Pedal for the J's sponsored ride, it was a great well organised sponsored ride. I am planning to come do it again & try the 50 mile one this time.