Samuel James Wilson

Welcome to a website about cycling, a long way and quite often

Latest Blogs

  • The InternationElles
    Inequality is an unfortunate truth of our time, but it is no longer brushed under the carpet and ignored. More people than ever are willing to stand up to say, it is enough, and things are changing. The evidence is all around us, from vice president-elect Kamala Harris, the shrinking of the national wage gapContinue reading “The InternationElles”
  • My personal, meditative detox.
    Before I ramble on about a bike ride, I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who read and offered feedback on the previous post with Emma Wallace. And, of course, Emma herself. The feedback continues to be nothing short of astounding from individuals feeling empowered to open up about their concernsContinue reading “My personal, meditative detox.”
  • Emma Wallace
    Full disclosure, it has been over a month (September 2020) since myself and Emma had the chat below. The whirlwind of an pandemic, still apparent around the world came to a small, personal conclusion during this time. I landed myself a full-time, contracted job, following my career as a Historic Building Conservation Specialist (rolls ofContinue reading “Emma Wallace”

About Me

Hi, I’m Samuel. Aged 15, I was expelled from school with no qualifications. Now, aged 32, I am a Historic Building Scholar and specialist, working and studying in the United Kingdom. In my free time, I live on my bike. This website documents my adventures and experiences whilst on two wheels and offers an insight into the preparation and recovery needed to make these successful.

The aim of the website is to inspire you to do the same. 

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