I was very impressed with the structure of the Balanceability course. The target age group have a notoriously short attention span so keeping them engaged for 45 minutes is not easy! Each class followed a similar structure. An off the bike warm up followed by a re-cap of the previous weeks skills with fresh activities added on to introduce new skills.
I love exploring parts of the UK that I haven’t been too before so when planning our bank holiday get-a-away we decided to head to the New Forest. Which despite being pretty much on our doorstep we hadn’t visited before!
Kayaking is not something I do very often, but I’ve always enjoyed it. We were on our annual girlie camping weekend so the five of us decided to give it a go. We booked a guided kayaking trip in Studland Bay.
We headed north last week with a group of mates to combine watching the UCI World Cup Downhill race at Fort William with a bit of an explore of the west coast of Scotland.
We traveled up to the west coast of Scotland and stayed just outside of Fort William for the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. After enjoying a couple of days exploring the Fort William area it was Sunday – race day!
Choosing a destination for a winter holiday is becoming more tricky with an increasing number of factors to take into consideration. This year we picked Les Gets for our family snowboard trip and we were not left disappointed.
Family day out in the excellent and beautiful Forest of Dean. Cycling on the family trail and zip wire fun at the National Dive Centre.
We chose the Bath to Bristol cycle path for our first ever family cycling trip.
After the success of last years snow holiday with a baby when my son was just 8 weeks old. We decided to take a gamble and take him with us again this year!
After finding out that I was expecting, my thoughts quickly turned to how I was going to fit the baby in with my love of snowboarding!