Black Line London’s Top Posts of 2015

Not only have there been some excellent athletic performances from BLL’rs this year, there have been some excellent literary ones too. So with the year drawing to a close, here’s a recap of our 5 most read posts of 2015.

5. Inside The Peleton by Paul Deen. Back in April Deenzy did what most triathletes never do – ride in a peleton. He wrote this great post about it, so you don’t have to.

4. Roadmap To Kona by Troy Squires. He only went and did it! Here are Troy’s tips for giving yourself the best chance.

3. Makers Gonna Make by Paul Smernicki. We got a great response to our new cycle jersey. Here’s the story behind it.

2. See Paul, I Told You You Could Do It by Paul Burton. Pablo raced a great race in his debut Kona, then wrote this great account of his day. Some boy!

1. If Carlsberg Did Race Reports by Alan Grove. No joke, this is hands down the best ironman race report ever written by anyone, anywhere, ever in all of history and by a country mile our most read post of 2015. Chapeau, Alan.

Haute Route: a pro experience at the pointy end of the peloton

So, what is the Haute Route? Well, it’s pretty much the closest an enthusiastic idiot / weekend warrior can get to living the life of a pro cyclist. The Haute Route is a series of…

Box Hill 20 – 2016

Nothing sums up Black Line London more than our annual Box Hill 20 Challenge and this year’s was a cracker – great weather, friends, family and of course a mountain of bakes…..  

A Rookie’s Guide to Ultra Trail Running

Last weekend I had a first go at running further than a marathon, and just to add a little fun to proceedings I did it off-road. The Weald Challenge is 50km long and 85% of…

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