11 DAYS OF POWER!

Having had my motorbike for a pitiful 11 days before it got written off by a terrible driver, I have arranged 11 days of utter chaos and debauchery to make up for my loss. I’ve decided this is just how I’m going to roll these days. It starts tomorrow: Day 1: Thursday:...
Posted On 30 May 2012
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EWA Revenge: The Debut of MURORGA SIM BOWA

Local people of High Wycombe and the surrounding area, please pay attention! This Saturday (2nd of June) will see the proper return to power of Murorga Sim Bowa – wrestling’s most baffling combination of super heroics and unbridled rage, at EWA Revenge. Staring at...
Posted On 28 May 2012
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Bearhawk Down!!!

Did you blink? If so, you probably missed the period over which I owned a kickass motorbike. That’s right; it took just 11 days for somebody to crash into me Being the supportive type, people are telling me how lucky I am to have got out of the incident unscathed....
Posted On 23 May 2012
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A New Beginning

Friends, I have come to a realisation. Life, it turns out, is short. Very short. FAR too short to spend it sitting at a desk, day-dreaming of all the marvellous things there are to do in the world…that you aren’t doing. As I was stamping my way up the Three Peaks, it...
Posted On 15 May 2012
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Bearhawks…RIDE!!

I know this has nothing to do with sport but, after a good six weeks or so of searching and stressing out, I have finally found AND PURCHASED my first motorcycle! No longer am I a founding member of Bearhawks Motorcycle Club…without a bike… The elongated wait and huge...
Posted On 12 May 2012
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Peak Number Three: Ben Nevis

First came the dust, then came the stones. Stones turned to grass, grass turned to rocks and rocks turned to snow, ice and regular suggestions that we don some clothing. Needless to say, we did not.
Posted On 06 May 2012
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Peak Number Two: Scafell Pike

At 08:30 we awoke, magnificently, in Truck Haven. After conquering Snowdon the night before, we had set out at midnight for Scafell Pike, covering 150 miles of our 216-mile drive before practically falling asleep at the wheel. Two enormous breakfasts later, we were back on the...
Posted On 05 May 2012
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Peak Number One: Snowdon

Bored with the lack of adventure of everyday life, Simon and I decided to climb the three peaks.  We also decided that, given our love for food, beer and epic bleak photography, we didn’t want to rush up and down in 24 hours, as is traditional.  Instead, we set out for a...
Posted On 04 May 2012
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Training for the Three Peaks

As Champion of Murderbeers, my responsibilities are vast ‎and never-ending. Quash a rebellion here, fend off the Ice Giants there; if it’s not killing one thing, it’s conquering another. So, when the Emperor looked out from Murder Mount and realised that England,...
Posted On 04 May 2012
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