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All the worry over the thing and a lockdown and no exercise, not good! What is a boy to do? Someone who trains 3 hours every day and has been very active for 50 years just cannot switch off. An... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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With my being in the “at risk” category and all the confusion regarding how far we should cycle, a few days before the lockdown was announced I went out and bought a turbo trainer. I now cycle to m... read more

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Today was a cool breezy day so I rode my bike to the post office to mail a package from my jewelry business to the buyer. It was a wonderful ride and I enjoyed being out and about on this good day.

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Well -my motivation has been a bit rocky in the last few weeks... the same as lots of peeps I expect! But I’ve clocked a few rides lately. Struggling to know whether to wear shorts or my more t... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Jules Greaves #nocarbon

Since the Government started giving us daily exercise tokens to cash in, I've found that I have placed a higher value on getting outside, both for head space and to keep fit. I started replacin... read more

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#nocarbon. During this time everyone needs to keep calm and peddling still taking the country way to at lascar Electronics doing important work for the Nhs and safety critical company's xx everyon... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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I started commuting to work by bike back in August 2019 using my old "vintage" mountain bike. I've now completed a total of 1550 miles in 220 trips and only missed one day commuting - that was my ... read more

Topic: My commute by bike

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About 10 years ago I bought a Boardman Hybrid to commute to work. I've never looked back. Saved a fortune in petrol , parking fees. Been environmentally friendly. I've kept for any kept on riding t... read more

Topic: Encouraging others to ride

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Christian Lampe Orh, that's so generous to pass on your previous bike! Hope it has found a nice new home :)

Not so much a story as a pause on a journey. Some 3 years ago I bought and rode a bike for the first time in 30 years. I had thought it would be for riding up and down the Exe estuary where I live.... read more

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I'm alternating my one exercise stint a day into an ever quickening daily rota of... Road Bike, Run, Mountain Bike. The kilos are coming off fa fast. Not only No Carbon, but no beer either. +/- Go... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

My ride to our village shop, supporting local businesses, comes with 2 rewards, a lovely downhill freewheel there and knowing I am not using the car #NoCarbon But then the steep Devon hills, tha... read more

Topic: Encouraging others to ride

Only managed to get out on my bike once during the week to pick up a neighbours medication. By kept up the skills with YouTube indoor cycling through Spain and NZ and no Jet lag.

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

Being on my bike is what keeps me sane at the best of times, so this feeling has been magnified by the circumstances we find ourselves in. My daily cycle is not just for pleasure and exercise, b... read more

Topic: My Bicycle Romance

I bought a new bike right before the lockdown to use in the London-to-Brighton ride, but then that got cancelled so it's been clocking up miles collecting groceries instead.

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

only started this month as got a secondhand bike and want to get health and fit me and my son are trying to do at least 50 miles a week to start with but my bike not that good :( but i am trying a... read more

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Today was a great day for a ride around the terrace where I live. I got air in my tires to make sure they were pumped for this ride. Got my safety vest and I was off. Originally I was just going to... read more

Topic: A story from the Bike Challenge

We ride locally, the Ribble Valley. It is a sad time and my thoughts go out to all. When out with my wife Anne Marie, we cycle empty roads and lanes, it reminds me of the mid sixties. Clubs were s... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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#nocarbon On my short ride along the cycle path, I was reminded about the place where my great grandparents are buried. I hadn’t seen it in person until 2018 when I started to spend some time in... read more

Topic: A happy riding memory

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I'm using my time off work due to all this madness to ride my turbo trainer using real footage or routes from around the world on rouvy to raise money for mind, mental health charity. As I sure wit... read more

Topic: A story from the Bike Challenge

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Having only recently moved to Cambridge, I took advantage of the quiet of the COVID-19 slowdown to cycle up to Wandlebury Country Park, a half hour cycle from my home. It was beautiful and a well-n... read more

Topic: My favourite place/route to ride

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I thought my #Ride Anywhere Week was totally thwarted as the family went into 14 day self isolation. However I dusted down a 1994 Raleigh Pioneer that's lain idle since 1995(!) and cycled circuits ... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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On Monday 23rd march I went to work as usual. By Tuesday 24th my life had taken a different direction. I was told, as per the government instructions we were closing and I was asked to clea... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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As a Key worker in NHS I am still work and have to say am happy to be part of a marvelous family NHS I have always ridden in to work daily along the same beautiful route in Bedfordshire Rain snow h... read more

Topic: My commute by bike

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Andrew Mathers God bless you one our NHS angles(all NHS are ANGLES )

This Monday marked my 7th day of iso and time to bring out the ebike! I set off from Sharrow in spring sunshine heading up towards Hathersage passing nine fit looking but grumpy cyclists on skinny ...