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My main interest in cycling is now as a means of commuting to and from work.

While living in New Zealand, I competed at the Master's Games in Wanganui, completed the round Taupo ride three times, and ridden the Rainbow rage. Since migrating to England in 2009, I have completed a number of explorations of the British national cycling network, and ridden a recombent trike from Lands End to John O'Groats, and the route of stage 1 of the 2014 Tour de France in Yorkshire. Stories of some of these rides can be found in my cycling blog

Recumbent Trike

I still do some cycling commissaire work with British Cycling. I would like to think at some point, I will cycle (or tricycle) the British national cycling network, around New Zealand, and possibly across the United States. Although I have sold off all my racing bicycles, I still commute on a standard two wheeler over winter but my prefered transport is an ICE recumbent trike that I used to ride Lands End to John O'Groats.

The background photo is of me competing at a Wanganui Master's games in a duathlon. The photographer was Errol's brother. The image at the top of the page is a panoramic view of the Wellingotn Velodrome in Hataitai.