Sunday in Mumbai was definitely a day of learning, from the unique opportunity riding the streets in the early morning, on the Memorial Ride (you sure have to be tough and fast to ride the streets of Mumbai) to an afternoon of filming insightful discussions with top business leaders. But the learning didn't stop there, it intensified. The late afternoon was spent with the students at The Holy Mother English School (yes, a Sunday) now that is commitment - to get in your unifor
India is always full of unique opportunities and experiences, this morning no exception. I had the privilege to ride with the peloton at the start of the Ashok Khale Memorial Race, the first 8.5km through the streets of Mumbai, over 100 cyclists dominating the road - for a change. Ashok was a leading India cyclist, tragically run down and killed while on a training ride in early November.
Only 11 days into 2018 and it is on the road yet again (have managed 4 days at home so far!). Christmas and New year was all about recharging the batteries with a great week in the high country, Anne and I trekking our favourite trails of old at Mt Cook, riding the new MTB tracks around Ohau and Twizel, reading and catching up with friends. It was a real privilege to join the Sea Scouts for their 28th Regatta in Wellington in the first week of 2018, it did get a bit breezy bu