I’ve been trying to set my goals for 2019 and it’s been a hard process to arrive at something tangible, some goals that mean something. The process is hard because with the challenges I've done I seem to be on a path now where I feel the challenges have to become bigger, harder and have … Continue reading The happiness list
Writing this blog has taken a while, it started as a lot of messy sentences around how I’ve felt about this year, what I’ve done and what I still want to do. So I’ve ended up splitting into two separate posts. The first is a focus on what I want to get out of 2019. … Continue reading Planning for what next…2019
“You must love doing this!” "It must be so much fun!" Questions I am sure many people are asked and ask themselves on a regular basis. Whether it is about our work, a holiday, a hobby or a sport – we hope that we do the things we do because we enjoy doing them, because … Continue reading I’m not loving it
So over the last few days I’ve given you a teaser of my grand finale for 2018. So it’s time to share what it is and for once this year it’s not on the bike. But, before I get in to the what, I wanted to share with you why I’m taking on this challenge … Continue reading The 7in7 Challenge
I am a big believer in setting goals. This really has been the basis of my journey so far, setting a goal and then pushing myself a little harder with each one. In 2017 I started by signing up for a Half Marathon and finished the year cycling the 950 miles from John O’Groats to … Continue reading Looking to the next challenge
If you didn't know, my name isn't Miles. It has confused many people, so I figured while I am gearing up for the next two challenges in September and October, that now was a great time to say hi and tell you a little bit about myself. My route in to sport is not a … Continue reading Who is Miles?
Tuesday - the day of the trains For a variety of reasons I was unable to take the Sleeper train to Fort William and as such spent the day travelling up to my starting point. Setting off from Little Kimble at 5:11am I arrived in Fort William, via London Euston and then Glasgow, at 4:20pm. … Continue reading The Pure Three Peaks – Complete