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Races & Major Events past & future

Ultra-Challenges: Experience

Cycle Around the World

 2021 - 2022

In September 2021, I left London with my husband London to try and set a new Guinness world record circumnavigation for a married couple on two bikes. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic meant we suffered delays and rode a majority of our circumnavigation in the Southern Hemisphere. The record is being verified by Guinness World Records.


*Not* All Points North

September 2020, 1000km, 3 days

All Points North is an unsupported cycling event across the north of England, featuring controls scattered across the north of England and Scotland. Leaving from Sheffield, riders need to be self-sufficient and ride approximately 1000km in order to visit all controls. In 2020, the race was "unofficial" due to COVID. I nevertheless completed the route in 65:16:56.


Tour de France M-1

July 2020 - August 2020

In July 2020, along with 12 other women part of Donnons Des Elles au Vélo, I rode the entire route of the Tour de France a month before the pro-peloton, covering 3,383km in 21 days. This ride was done in order to support women in cycling.


Race Across France

July 2019, 2,600km, 8 days

In July 2019, I finished the second edition of the Race Across France, sponsored by Heroïn Bikes. The route covers some of the most famous climbs of France, including Mont Ventoux, Huez, Lautaret, Galibier, Cormet de Roselend, La Colombière and the Iseran Pass.
From Nice to Le Touquet, the race is unsupported, and climbs around 40,000m.

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