Friday, 31 January 2014

Mule coach Jon's 6 hour ride fuel...

".......with over 2,000 meters of climbing in 25 degrees heat.
We have 7 gels you will see that the 5th gel is caffeine based so to give a little extra, one bar as well which is good for the stomach..... " For coaching http://www.mulebar.com/pages/mule-coaching

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Girona Gran Fondo 16th to 22nd June 2014 - Organised by Mule Dave at Club Ciclista Bike Breaks



“Despite the number of professional riders living in Girona, the amazing roads are still largely undiscovered by the majority of cyclists. The Girona Gran Fondo is a fantastic chance to ride the roads that we train on in a fun, well-organized atmosphere.”  Dan Martin 2014
Girona has long been known for the quality of its riding, its labyrinth of twisty medieval streets with hidden restaurants and bars and now comes the chance to enjoy a Gran Fondo in the greatest cycling city in the world.
The Girona Gran Fondo will take place from the 16th to the 22nd of June 2014.
Organized by Club Ciclista Bike Breaks supported by The Girona Cycle Centre the event promises a week long cycling extravaganza.
With a Nocturne lap ride through the medieval old city, a timed hill climb of nearby mountain Els angels and culminating with a 125km loop into the volcanic region to the north of the city, and plenty of apr├Ęs bike and partying in between this is THE Gran Fondo of 2014.
The Girona Gran Fondo will be an unforgettable week in Girona and a long overdue showcase for this theme park for cycling.

Monday, 27 January 2014

Oh yeah and here's Danny....

..... Hart that is (at the FoD DH - see below)

 Any excuse to watch his 2011 World Champ' run again http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqYgAX6D43Q

In contrast to the Northern hemisphere..

Mule Frosty running the dunes in NZ http://frostysfootsteps.wordpress.com/

The sun eventually shines..

Mule Lau' on gas....

 Mule Laurie 13th on his first outing in Seniors
.... on Forest of Dean Mini DH. Danny Hart wiped the floor for all...

Mule Hazel Findlay leans into Torres del Paine's finest wind