Welcome to all. Here's an in-sight to my life, my experiences and my thoughts.

Cyclist & Musician

Studying BSc Geography with Mountain Leadership

I’ve finally started my website up.
It’s going to be a catalogue of all my adventures that I go on and every bit of traveling I do. I’d appreciate it if you would check it out and give me some feedback!


Laura Burkhardt scaling up the fin of a chaotic weather ladden ascent of the classic north ridge of Mount Stuart in Washington’s Stuart range.

Submitted by Caleb Emmanuel

Instagram @calebemmanuel


Love my bike. #aaronross #motoross #sunday #sundaybikes #volcom #bikini #tattoos #girlswithtattoos #downtown #summer @theaaronross @sundaybikes @volcom

(via bikes-cycling)


Stage 16 of the Tour de France in the Pyrenees from CyclingTips' coverage. 

The temptation to just leave and never come back is swelling. I keep telling myself I have to finish university. “It’s only one more year”. I’m searching for a second job to save as much money as I can for a year. Then I’m gone. Goodbye UK hello everywhere else. The idea of getting a job and settling down, makes me feel physically sick, the thought of being another cog in a machine, I can’t bear that thought. 1 year, and then I can go, 1 year and I don’t plan on returning to my country of birth. #travel #wanderlust #hashtag


Teaching myself German again😯

My best friend speaks German really well. She reads German novels and is my first port of call for translations.

I on the other hand am learning Italian :) happy learning


Cabin in Alfred, New York.

Contributed by Graham Marks. 


Log cabin outside Gold Hill, Colorado.

Photograph by Jace Cooke.


Mud day… Tdf 2014

(via ironlegs)



Tour de France 2014 | Stage 5

(via Belkin ProCycling Team)

He pedalled like he was trying to break either his legs or his frame. Massive ride!


Camp chores.

(via bon-aventure)


Tour de France 2014 | Stage 5

(via 21-thechronicle)

Lost really has two disparate meanings. Losing things is about the familiar falling away, getting lost is about the unfamiliar appearing. There are objects and people that disappear from your sight or knowledge or possession; you lose a bracelet, a friend, the key. You still know where you are. Everything is familiar except that there is one item less, one missing element. Or you get lost, in which case the world has become larger than your knowledge of it. Either way there is a loss of control.
A Field Guide To Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit