My blog is about getting back in to cycling, sharing my progress, as I try to get fit have fun and try to get the least amount of punctures as possible, 16 so far!
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Exploring the use of practical, cycling-specific yoga techniques to stay strong, supple, injury-free and mentally focused on the bike.
Currently training for IronmanUK and also to start back to cyclo cross seriously next season. My blog is my attempt to motivate myself to train and hopefully share tips around both training and commuting by bike.
Exploring the world on two wheels since 2009. Getting muddy, messy, tired and sweaty, to let you know the best places to take your beloved bicycle on an adventure - both in the UK and abroad
Willing mind but stubborn legs. Follow Jen as she attempts to conquer her many problems with cycling to become a fully fledged rider.
This summer I will be conducting a sports science project on the cardiac impact/damage of the extreme endurance event, the Deca Ironman, an event considered one of the hardest out there. In the build up I'll be writing about training methods in cycling
My addiction to the longer ride ensued and I took up the challenge of 12 hour solo races and now enjoy the benefits (and fun) of full suspension and light weight road bikes.
Challenge Sophie is a blog dedicated to the pursuit of physical and mental challenges that enable us to overcome obstacles, live outside our comfort zones and stretch our limits of what we thought we could achieve.
After a major heart attack in 2011, Steve shares how his renewed love of cycling has enabled him to enjoy sports again
Cycling and I have always have a love hate relationship, ever since annihilating my spleen as an overly keen and tremendously unskilled mountain biking teen
Living a car-free life - covering bicycles, reviews (bikes, bike accessories, cycling clothing, books, maps, blogs, websites, etc), ride reports, features on local countryside and community sustainable transport initiatives.
Thoughts, ramblings and hopefully inspiration from deep within the Cambrian mountains.
An ordinary girl discovering and loving life on two wheels. Road bike adventures and tales of training for 300 miles from London to Paris on a razor sharp saddle. Ouch! Someone, please pass the chamois cream!
I'm just an ordinary everyday guy with a wife and two kids who has a passion for cycling and blogging and will blog about anything cycle related.
I have been inspired to write this blog after reading a post from Ordinary Cycling Girl . Challenges seem much more attainable once put on to “paper”, but unlike...
Unfortunately I didn’t get to go out cycling this weekend even though the sunny weather was screaming out for a ride on two wheels, but last week, whilst out in the...
One year on from my heart attack and I had achieved one of my short-term goals: to complete my local Banstead Woods parkrun 5K event. My participation in this event was decided...
And if your name is Ian Stewart, from Edinburgh, you’ve just won a new Specialized Alley road bike worth £600!
So double congratulations Ian Stewart and welcome...
When I mention night-riding to people who haven't done it (cyclists and non-cyclists alike), almost invariably the response is " Why?! " accompanied by a facial...
So far 2014 is shaping up quite well for me in terms of cycling. Riding out three times a week is becoming a habit and my body itches to get out. But for those first few weeks...
At the end of my last blog I was wondering what the year ahead would bring….the immediate answer two Sundays ago was burning legs, stinging eyes, raw cheeks, 15 miles...
With the exciting new website and community starting up I decided to put myself forward as one of their bloggers.
So who am I and what makes me special? Well now that’s...
Recently, I posted about how I had stumbled across road.cc and their ‘Attaining a Higher State of Consciousness’ Challenge 2014′. Since then I have sat and...
Cycling doesn't just have to be a Sunday pastime, a means to lose weight and keep fit or even just a way of getting to work without using the car … it can be an...
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