A pictorial account of my latest micro adventure, bikepacking from home to D’Aguilar National Park.
As I packed my backpacking kit onto my mountain bike after work, I mentioned to a few friends that I …
You wake up on a Thursday morning, only to realise you finish that day at 12 noon and aren’t scheduled …
If you haven’t already, you can read about my prep and the first leg of my trip here… Day Two …
If you bankrupt yourself buying Oiselle running gear, you will only slightly regret it…
The most fantastic weekend of over 50kms of trail running in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
An 8km trail race at Ewen Maddock Dam in 36C heat and intense stumidity. Yowsers.
Swallowed a moth; stood on a toad. My first night trail race was full of mud and good times!
A fantastic, lightweight yet sturdy solution to carry around water and any other trail paraphernalia you wish.
“You can walk up the hills”. My first Trail “Race” – Glasshouse Trail Series, Flinders Tour 26km – July 2016.
From triathlon to trail running – checking out the Flinders 26km in 2016* * Finish line mug and burger included.
Lightweight sunglasses with a versatile lens. All, while looking like a female terminator.
My first trail “race” since injury and my second ever! A well organised, fun and undulating 8.6km course at Bunyaville.
My new Omm Kamleika race smock has arrived. All I need now is a wintry change to test it out in the Queensland summer!
My “go to” for handheld hydration on shorter runs or routes where I can refill. Lightweight and no fuss.
Camping on the Whitsundays – a magical way to experience the islands, but beware of Tiresome George licking your brekkie.
The Whitsundays are a beautiful place to paddle, but be prepared and know your own limits.