I spent Sunday morning having coffee and cakes at JZM Porsche in Kings Langley, (while chewing the fat with fellow enthusiasts) just off junction 20 of the M25. JZM are independent Porsche specialists and there were quite a few stunning examples of the marque on display.
1,200 miles across FOUR countries in 72 hours.
England-France- Holland-Belgium-Holland-Belgium-France-England. Phew! That was some drive! And it all started for me at midnight, Thursday the 24th of August when I ran out of fuel on Hangar Lane...
Last Sunday (the 20th of August), I joined Porsche Club GB for their annual breakfast meeting and Social Sunday Open Day. This started at the historic and idyllic Prescott Hill near Gothering. Porsche Club members and their guests would meet here between 9 and 12 and then join a drive through some
Where was I? Ahhh I was fighting to get to the top of the first mountain, the Category 1 climb, the Col De Vars (See previous article). This monster comes after 130km in the legs and you sure feel it. The heat and the sheer effort used to get to this point
I've been struggling for days now to properly articulate my thoughts, emotions and impressions of my recent 'beyond epic' cycling adventure. I have just returned from France where my 'buddies' and I took part in the recent L'Etape Du Tour. The L'Etape is the one of the toughest cycle-sportive events
Who sent me?
Who sent us?
Or in Nigerian slang it'd be: "Who send me?"
No one asked me (along with quite a few friends) to spend good money on flights, accommodation, bike servicing and equipment just to suffer climbing some mountains in France. We have friends travelling from Nigeria, the US, Switzerland
There are some days on the bike when you curse the fact that you are not a few kilos lighter and a good deal fitter. There are also days you curse the weather, the ride organisers for making the course so tough, your bike and equipment. There are days you
"Magnus Walker grew up in Sheffield and first fell in love with cars as a 10-year-old, after a trip to the 1977 London motor show. He moved to Los Angeles as a teenager and established Serious Clothing, outfitters to Madonna, Alice Cooper, Motley Crue and a host of rock stars,
Today I say goodbye to an old friend. A friend I started missing the day I knew it was going. After nearly 30k miles I'm saying goodbye to the current bearer of the number plate P9 AKN, a white Porsche 911 C2S Cabriolet (code 991.1). The 'C' in the 'C2S'
A recent account of a cycling trip to Rwanda with Nathan Byukusenge, Team Rwanda.
Words by Garrick 'The Potential' Bassey.
The idea of a Rwandan camp was suggested by IB aka the people's Elder. He had been to Rwanda before and loved it for its proximity to Nigeria, its good infrastructure, amazing
Sebastian Vettel won the Formula 1 season opener at Albert Park in imperious style. A style very reminiscent of many of the Mercedes wins in recent history. He won in a manner that bodes well for this years Formula 1 title battle with the all-conquering Mercedes team led by its
Mount Teide is a volcano in Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, Spain. Its 3,718m summit is the highest point in Spain and the highest point above sea level in the Islands of the Atlantic.
While you cannot actually reach those heights by car or bike, you can cycle past
The 2017 Cape Town Cycle Tour was supposed to be the 40th edition of this world famous race.It is the largest timed cycle 'race' in the world. Up to 35,000 cyclists (including 1,200 from the UK alone) were supposed to tackle the 109km of the usual route taking cyclists from