Does anyone know where 2021 went? It feels like just a few weeks ago that I was writing that I wouldn’t be able to cycle across America in 2021 but we’d see what 2022 would bring. Turns out it was actually nearly 9 months ago, but the good news is that it still seems fairly … More December 2021 update
What an incredible start to our trip across America! Since announcing Virtual America on the 1st May we’ve logged 107 activities – totalling an incredible 1012.8 miles – a few more than the 180 miles I was planning to do in real life! So lets have a look at where we’ve been. After setting off … More Virtual America day 1-3: Cape Cod to Cleveland
We’re going the wrong way across America. Most people head from West to East – the wind is more likely to be behind you and if you time it well you can avoid searing heat and snowy cold. But this ride was never about easy or quick – it was about what felt right. This … More Virtual America Day 1: Cape Cod
Sometimes I have to pinch myself to remember that I have absolute privilege of kicking off the 2020’s by cycling across America. Not just because of all the amazing people I’ll meet and all the amazing places I’ll see, but because of the fact I’m still here and getting a chance to prove that I … More What could go wrong
Life. It’s a pretty weird thing, right? I’m 30 now and can no longer pretend that I am not an adult. In some ways I feel like I’m in a better place now than I have been for a long time. Firstly, I continue to be married to someone who loves me and accepts me … More Just because I’m happy doesn’t mean I’m not hurting.
So: I didn’t win the London marathon. I was 39587th out of 42,428, finishing in a personal best time of 6 hours, 8 minutes and 4 seconds. Lots of you will have seen videos and updates on the day but I thought it would be worth making a note of how the day went before … More I ran a marathon!
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock you’ll have seen that I’m running the London Marathon to raise money for the MS Society. Following a depressive episode in 2017 I needed a way to feel like Antony again – and for me that meant cycling across America. But as one of reasons I’d ended up … More Four weeks to the London Marathon
When I decided to cycle across America I knew I’d need plenty of time to fundraise, plan logistics, and get fit. I gave myself two years, setting off in Spring 2020. Naturally, I needed something to keep momentum going and for some reason I decided that running a marathon would be that thing. I’m delighted to … More The toughest run
There has never been the slightest doubt in my mind that my ride from New York to San Francisco will be done on my trusty Specialised Tricross. I originally bought this bike from Certini’s in Saltash back in 2006 before I first cycled LEJOG and since then it’s carried me on 2500 miles and £10,000 of … More The Bike (part 1)
In 2020 I’ll be cycling across America to raise money for research into MS whilst also talking to as many people as possible about mental health, trying to tackle the stigma which can surround it (read more about this at The first step – announcing #AntonyinAmerica). I’m hoping to raise £20,000 – a significant amount … More Cake Across America