Tag Archives: EWS

The road to recovery and back to the UK

It’s been nearly 6months since I broke both arms crashing my bike into a tree while play riding on my local Nelson trails. My right required surgery, placing two plates to hold together the many fragments of the shattered radius and ulna. After 6weeks completely off the bike I was able to start ‘nana’ riding […]

Underdog? There’s life in this old dog yet!

“Underdog? what underdog?  The term, supposedly, comes from days of yore when lumberjacks and other wood workers would get the new, young and inexperienced guy to stand under the log they were sawing in half lengthways. He would take the bottom part of the saw whilst the experienced and older journeyman stood atop the log with his […]

Abigale Lawton’s first full Enduro season is off to a flying start

I knew 2016 was going to be a big year for me on the bike.  My first full season racing (after only starting last year) and 13 races booked. Missing out on the European rounds of the EWS through the lottery, I decided it wasn’t necessary to do as much training as I had planned. […]

TAS-MANIA!! Meggie Bichard reports on her latest EWS race in Tassie

After a brief week at home in Nelson sorting out the wet, muddy and generally abused gear from EWS Rotorua we made our way to the next EWS stop, Tassie. Straight to the rural North-East from Launceston, twisting roads, towering Eucalyptus and large amounts of road kill. Track walking is customary in the days leading up […]

Between the Tapes – Mike Clyne

Here we are mid March 2018, and the season is about to kick off again. What’s new? what’s the same? Am I the same rider I was last year or have I progressed? Have my skills moved forward, along with my experience and attitude. Did I do enough with my fitness? Well this weekend we […]