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Taking the solo win (and the case of bubbly) at Revolve24
Taking our newest family member, Millie, for a walk in Scotland during the hottest week….ever?
Halfway across France – somewhere on the Atlantic Coast
Relentless 24 – an unusually difficult weekend
I’m lucky to have the support of Santa Cruz and Jungle in the UK – here’s one of two carbon Highballs on the beach in Sri Lanka
Sod racing, let’s pose for an album cover – Fort William in October
Riding home from work the long way
Manchester’s annual 3 inches of snow in January
Blowing out of my arse – Cannock Chase
Tea as far as the eye can see
Early-morning lap of the Marin Trail, Llanwrst
Rumble in the Jungle selfie with Jonny
The M3 Project running challenge ends early with an annoying injury
Riding coast to coast to coast to coast across Scotland and Ireland with Sam, Guy, Geoff, Dave and Mike. If you’re going on a bike ride, do it with great people.
Singlespeeding the local XC race
Sam and Guy before they’ve fixed their makeup and hair – first light after a very cold overnight bivvy, somewhere in Scotland
Rachael’s first night ride – Loving the Islabikes Pro Series Crieg 26. We even got chased by a dog
Salzkammergut Trophy – scenery, bikes and beer
The ride to Spain – somewhere in France
Mull of Galloway wetsuit squadron
Rachael and the Islabikes Pro Series – a bike that’s improved her confidence massively
Mull of Galloway foghorn
One of my favourites – the Coed Y Brenin Enduro
Rumble in the Jungle in Sri Lanka – an awesome experience and loads of friends made. Here’s me and my mate Albert. We’re on the same page.
The ride to Spain – somewhere in Normandy
Eleanor learning essential life skills
Dawn, Revolve24 at Brands Hatch
Filming Mountain Biking – The Untold British Story with Pip
writing for Singletrack – love it
The 3 Peaks Fell Race. Part of my annual routine.
Me and Deb drive to Austria for the Salzkammergut Trophy. So proud of her to have taken part.
Yuki Ikeda – the winner of the Rumble in the Jungle
Weekday post-bivvy ride to work
So many people to thank for all of this – everyone at Jungle Imports and Santa Cruz for the support and amazing fast mountain bikes, Phil at Scott Sports UK for the bike that helped me win Revolve 24, Team JMC, Tom and the staff at Exposure Lights, Nils at Lyon for the brilliant Ortlieb bikepacking gear, Stevie at 2 Pure for keeping me stocked up with go-go-food, Chipps, Hannah and the gang at Singletrack Magazine for giving me chances to do cool things with very cool things, Steve and all at Islabikes, Phil Evans and Kate Hobson for the Sri Lanka experience that I’ll never forget, Sri Lankan Airlines for the Business Class flights with curry, all the curry chefs who’ve fed me in 2016, The Sleaford Mods, all my mates and to everyone out there that’s shouted ‘go on Jase’ from the side of a road or muddy field somewhere for the past 12 months.
No thanks to – angry French thugs, Spanish trains, crappy injuries.