We are into the 2nd week of 2019 and I have procrastinated for long enough. Since my return from the London to Paris bike ride (which I still haven’t written about, despite all my good intentions). I seem to have been in a state of limbo with little motivation to jump back onto the social … More Lists and Plans for a FOLI
You’re probably aware of the struggle I went through with my poor, horrendously painful, bike butt and my quest for carefree cycling, well, after a good bike fit, good shorts and the right saddle, I was finally able to enjoy miles and miles of sunny days on my bike. But in the interests of lady cyclists … More Soft Tissue Issue? The Specialized Solution
Following on from my previous post about my cycling torture (you can catch up below) my joy at seeing some improvement in both my riding ability and most importantly, my saddle comfort, was dashed in a 50-yard ride from my drive to the end of the road. I’d decided it was time to put the … More Over-ripe Tomato to Perfect Peach
Warning – Do not read this if you are – under 18, of a squeamish disposition, have an undercarriage made of granite or you are a man. On second thoughts, if you are a man and work in a cycle shop, then maybe you should read on because when a woman comes into your shop … More Cycling and the Lady Garden’s Over-ripe Tomato
(OK, so we look a pair of doofers here but we get better!) I have to say that, for me, bike riding has had many highs and lows! I love being out in the fresh air but the ‘Bum Burner’ that I mentioned in my previous post, ‘Saddle to Saddle’, has continued to inflict … More Howard and Marina – in search of the cycle paths.