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Bump, Bike & Baby
Mummy's Gone Adventure Racing
In Bump, Bike & Baby, Moire O'Sullivan charts her journey from happy, carefree mountain runner to reluctant, stay-at-home mother of two. With her sights set on winning Ireland's National Adventure Racing Series, she manages to maintain her post-natal sanity, and slowly learns to become a loving and occasionally functioning mum.
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What Reviewers Are Saying
`Bump, Bike and Baby is a hilarious account of her journey through pregnancy and as a new mother, all the while training for the Irish National Adventure Racing Series title. '-Outsider Magazine; `I really enjoyed the book. The honest account of how Moire dealt with coming to terms with becoming a reluctant mum is extremely brave... Brutally honest...'-Killary Gaelforce; `Highly recommend this book, whether you are involved in sport or not, it's a wonderful, honest, raw and eye opening read'-Kayathlon.ie; `An insightful, witty and honest account of her challenges in adventure racing and motherhood.'-Oliver Kirwan, Quest Adventure Series; `Moire's determination to get back to fitness while learning (and becoming) a loving mum is an excellent read. This book is packed to the brim with inspiration, success, failures.'-Killian Byrne, Outside the comfort zone; `This is a book about how we can belong to different tribes: cyclist, mother, wife, sports champion; and the struggle to balance these identities.'-Dublin Cycling Campaign; `I thoroughly recommend this book. It made me laugh, it made me wince but it also addresses important issues and it made me think... Ultimately it's a story of perseverance, strength and self development all wrapped up with bringing two new little boys in to the world.'-Dr Juliet McGrattan; `Enjoyable and lighthearted, yet honest and up-front - dealing with some difficult topics with insight and a good dose of humour.'-WildRunning.net; `Moire gives us an insight usually lost in the fluffiness of Hallmark pregnancy.'-Niamh Griffin, Real Girl Sport