Category: Cycling

Quarantine And Cycling

City cycling has been smoother thanks to less traffic and less people on the road. It’s also been good since it is now an ideal alternative to public transportation. If you have your own car, then that’s good, too.

Virtual Cycling Kit Boot Sale: UPDATE

I’m not looking for any payment for these items but they do need to go to a good home rather than in the bin… Any takers? Most come complete with fittings, straps, keys etc… I will post the small items if you are willing to cover the cost of postage. The larger items will need collecting.

Changing Disc Brake Pads… In 10 Tweets

A bit of a saga. Has taken most of the afternoon but I seem to have changed the pads, sorted the problems and retensioned the carbon belt. I sometimes wish I was far more mechanically minded. Perhaps I should learn to be… The responses can be read by visiting clicking on the tweets of course…

The Cycling Europe Podcast: Episode 023 – Cycle Tours With A Twist

Have you ever struggled to come up with an interesting, different, perhaps even unique idea for a long cycle ride? The Cycling Europe Podcast is coming to your rescue! In this feature-length episode of the podcast recorded on location in the Yorkshire Dales and the English Lake District, Andrew P. Sykes chats with fellow cycling writer and master of the innovative cycle ride Rob Ainsley, Guinness World Record breaker David Haywood and David Bowie fan James Briggs who all reflect upon their inspirational cycle tours with a twist. If this episode of the podcast doesn’t get you thinking about your own next ride, nothing will!

The Cycling Europe Podcast: Episode 023

Have you ever struggled to come up with an interesting, different, perhaps even unique idea for a long cycle ride? The Cycling Europe Podcast is coming to your rescue! In this feature-length episode of the podcast recorded on location in the Yorkshire Dales and the English Lake District, Andrew P. Sykes chats with fellow cycling writer and master of the innovative cycle ride Rob Ainsley, Guinness World Record breaker David Haywood and David Bowie fan James Briggs who all reflect upon their inspirational cycle tours with a twist. If this episode of the podcast doesn’t get you thinking about your own next ride, nothing will!