1994: I rode 29 200s, seven 300s, two 400s (including an Easter Arrow, in which Anne, Rod Hollands and myself were the winning team), one 600, the Great Eastern 1000 and 2900 Trafalgar to Trafalgar, to give me another two SRs and a total of 132 points, riding all the biggest rides with Anne, who had taken to riding fixed wheel and became runner-up opposite sex in the very first ‘Fixed Wheel Challenge’, as well as the AAA runner-up opposite sex for a second year. Anne also shared the Ladies Merit award with Suzie Gray. This left me as AUK Champion runner-up opposite sex as Liz reclaimed the Championship with 157 points. The cycling highlight was the ride from Trafalgar Square – 200km a day is a great way to ride. After completing at Cabo de Trafalgar, we spent another week touring wonderful Andalucia to visit Cadiz, Seville, Ronda, and fly home from Malaga. I thoroughly recommend such a wind-down after such a big ride – life is so much more than just Audax