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Aidan Harding

Aidan Harding

Goodleigh, England, United Kingdom
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I race long-distance mtb for Singular Cycles.

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Oct 2014
Jan 2015

Current Month

  • 34.5mi
  • 4h 40m
  • 4,337ft

Recent Achievements

  • 3rd best estimated 10k effort
  • 3rd best estimated 400m effort
  • 7th overall on Newport Hill - (uphill)
  • PR on Barnstaple Hospital Hill


Distance 950.9mi
Time 134h 51m
Elevation Gain 128,120ft
Runs 135


Total Distance 1,703.1mi
Total Time 237h 41m
Total Elev Gain 187,559ft
Total Runs 259

Recent Photos

  • Anuk's paw has healed so we're back out on the trail!
  • Emily remote-supervising DoE groups on Dartmoor
  • Pub stops are becoming a habit!
  • Energy otter
  • Anuk is travelling in our canoe, but posing by a kayak
  • Grand Western Canal
  • He's becoming a proper canoe dog!
  • If you're going to stop at a pub with a trampoline....
  • Another one for the folder marked "Sunsets with Anuk"
  • This field had more shades of green and yellow than I could tease out with a phone camera
  • You can see the Taw from up here
  • Squinty selfie to start the coast path at Bude
  • Quick game of "Spot The GCHQ Station"
  • They both want to know where I've been
  • Green hills of home
  • That there is some tasty trail
  • From the field shelter in our field
  • This is what I think Americans think of when they think of England
  • These trees are far too organised!
  • Fantastic morning light for trail running in the local woods #runwithstrava #Devon
  • Anuk enjoying the trail on our morning run #runwithstrava #Devon
  • Rob on The Brat
  • A brace of Singulars during a puncture repair
  • Rob coming down Texas Pete
  • Rob not looking up
  • We came to The Lakes for the fantastic views
  • Unlike yesterday we made a proper summit! Clough Head.
  • It's warm down here in the forest
  • Bit of Mordor over Derwent Water
  • Coming back down to a land with colour and no gale force winds
  • Came up here to practice navigation... Cloud obliging by making it tricky
  • Post-walk relaxation
  • Not fully dark... Win!
  • Teasing Anuk
  • Smoking peat hags
  • Miniature standing stones
  • Using the mountain dog bowl
  • Emily and Anuk above Llyn y Fan Fach
  • Found some snow for the half Husky
  • The tussock scenario. Low speed, low spirits and familiar to anyone walking off-path in Wales.
  • Fan Llia. Gorgeous blue skies
  • Frog waiting for things to warm up
  • Taking a break on the way up to Pen y Fan
  • Chasing snowballs on Corn Du
  • The waiting is the worst part. Getting a lift to tonight's run and the lift isn't here yet
  • When your feet can't get any more wet & muddy, you might as well stand in a river and make them just wet
  • He's a great running buddy, but he never puts the kettle on when we get back
  • Heading out to run further than Anuk can manage, but this news is not going down well
  • The perils of route planning from memory. To the best of my recollection, the trail from that signpost was flat to downhill
  • Estate road at Arlington Court
  • By bike, or by foot, sunny singletrack rocks!
  • Run intermission
  • Recovery nap
  • Yesterday's walk
  • This is the view I get when I lie on the floor for a post-run stretch
  • There's running along a beach (Yay, golden sands), and then there's the other kind
  • Sad face, missed the run
  • SW Coast Path, Heddon's Mouth Cleave
  • SW Coast Path, near Trentishoe Down
  • SW Coast Path, Woody Bay
  • SW Coast Path, out of the valley and into the light
  • SW Coast Path, coming back to Heddon's Mouth Cleave
  • Another beautiful morning in Devon
  • Trotting the lanes
  • Hanging in there
  • Anuk, tired
  • Our new dog, Anuk
  • Pinch flat with 4" tyres. Oh dear.
  • Dry Bridge, Brendon Common, Exmoor. Unusually, not making its name ironic
  • Farley Hill, Brendon Common, Exmoor
  • Shady climb from Watersmeet