Ride for Life - Darren Lee
Darren Lee takes a look back over his many years of cycling reminding us that being a cyclist means your journey is never at an end, so you can always enjoy the ride.Read post
Getting the most out of your home cycling workout is what CicloZone is all about and we're working hard to bring you the best collection of personalised, science-driven indoor cycling workouts on the market.
But sometimes, we all need a little extra advice or inspiration, right?
That's where CicloZone's guest bloggers come in!
Our handpicked team of cycling experts and CicloZone members will be sharing their experiences, advice and fitness journeys with you over the next few weeks and they've got some amazing stories to tell. Make sure you check back every Monday and Wednesday for the latest slice of CicloZone motivation and wisdom and, in the meantime, get ready to meet our bloggers, starting with...
I love cycling and discovering roads raced upon by my heroes. I am from a family of old-school-roadies, and like them, I have dedicated my life to cycling.
Marc Bolan once said, "Life’s an elevator, it goes up and down." - and so has my love and experience with cycling. I try to use my experience to help and encourage others. The global cycling community is a fantastic collection of people. I am proud to be a member.
In 2012, I worked at Sky News. We reported British Cycling and Team Sky's success - this helped shape my career to work within the cycling sponsorship team. I had to pinch myself a few times, "Am I really filming with Sir Bradley Wiggins and Joanna Rowsell in the London Olympic Velodrome? Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas in the Alpes-Maritimes?" But all good things must come to an end so that new things can begin. In 2019 we gave our sponsorship a hand-sling to Ineos. Although my role has changed, I continue the Team Sky mission: to inspire greater participation at all levels.