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I'm proud of the fact that I cycle to work every day. It's easy for me; a straight forward 4 mile each way commute on busy-ish roads with occasional cycle lanes painted on the side of the road :) N... read more

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The classic urban escape is a ride to Paoli. On this holiday weekend, apparently everyone had the same idea. The Badger State Trail, the Purcell Rd trailhead, and the Hop Garden were all packed. To... read more

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I'm an artist and illustrator by profession, so working from home is normal for me. But without my daily walk up Steep Hill, which was my regular undergrad commute, I need an alternative, otherwise... read more

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We are enjoying riding in our neighborhood these days. I always thought it was too dangerous because of the cars not used to bikes on the road. Now, we see that the more bike there are on the road ... read more

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I have always enjoyed riding my bike but would never go to far. During the quarantine I decided to venture out further and see if I could bike from home down to the bay and back (which would invol... read more

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I haven't been to a coffee shop since March, and it's probably going to be a while until I'll go to one again. But there's a great alternative, now that summer is here: Coffee outside! It's as easy... read more

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Our family bikes to ice cream, and to tacos. A little motivation goes a long way when taking your kids on a spin around urban San Diego - there's just no flat routes to choose from. So we make su... read more

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I live in Idaho and our Governor had us on lock down for 2 months. We are now in phase 2 of reopening, but it has been a long time coming. One bright point was he allowed us to go on walks, runs ... read more

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Part of our daily ride in our hometown includes passing this statue of Penelope as she waits for Odysseus to return from the sea. Today we decided to stop and take a picture for #FAMILYRIDEWEEK

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Last week the teachers at our school held a parade for students. We took our bikes with us so that we could ring our bike bells and cheer them on. #FAMILYRIDEWEEK

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This is our first time with a tandem bike, and it's a lot harder than we ever imagined! It's going to take some practice before we'll be able to cruise the streets with this hot cruiser! #FAMILY... read more

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To market, to market With a stay-at-home wish list Home again, home again Mission accomplished!

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After a long day of distance learning and working from home, the one thing that our family really looks forward to the most is our ride! As we cut through the streets and whiz past houses, cars, pa... read more

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Since we’ve been trapped in our homes during this pandemic, I don’t know where I’d be without my daily sanity breaks. Getting outdoors on my bike and away from the house has been a daily necessity.... read more

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Today I hired the ebike from Cycology in Frome via the Frome Town Council site. It is such fun. I did mistake the bell for the gears so watch out Frome for a wobbly ebike coming back from work.

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During the quarantine era, our family was able to spend more time together. With our busy schedules, work, school etc…we had not had time to bike together as a family. We decided to pull out our du... read more

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Took the girls on a ride to the Dollar store for pet rat supplies. They enjoyed the ride and were impressed that they could ride their bikes somewhere they usually drive to. My youngest is only 6... read more

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Hello! I’m fundraising for CHUF. Here’s my JustGiving page, if you’d like to donate: Anything is much appreciated please also share thank you 🙏 ❤️ [address removed]

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Ross Neil Sorry for some reason it’s deleted my link but if you don’t mind going on just giving and searching my name Ross Neil it wi... read more

This Sunday 24th May, I will be riding around London, visiting all 10 of the Premier league and championship football grounds. About 100 km. All in aid of the local Crisis Community Kitchen, set ... read more

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Wonderful opportunity to do something even if only a small contribution to support the NHS while continuing to enjoy my cycling.

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I have three kids and we get out almost everyday to bike during “these times” for some fresh air and smiles.

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Heidi Saul Your future cyclists looks great
Robert L Typical of many families, helmets on kids, none on the adult. Get with it Mom.

These days our moods are fragile, and this morning my son had a terrible start into the day. We decided to go biking and although it's one of his favorite hobbies, he didn't feel like getting ready... read more

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We're cooped in more than ever right now, which makes it really important for me to embrace opportunities to get out with my 6 year old son and explore by bike. He probably hasn't realized it, but ... read more

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I meandered around some of the communities, near, where I live. Checked out a few get-it-done reports to see if the city was keeping up with the requests.... I found one that was still lingering,... read more

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Living several hours from friends, family, and the place you called home most of your life is though in normal times. The social distancing and cancelled trips of the Coronavirus Era makes it even ... read more

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Summer isnt even here and its 95 in Deep South Texas. Raspa stop half way point.

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There are so many reasons and ways to ride ;) Our local brewery has an "order online, pick it up outside" option, with a free roll of toilet paper with your order. Then there's the grid ... read more

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I ride regularly to and from work and weekends. Having been in lockdown since bank holiday Monday, I have clocked up 695 miles in April. This just going out and doing a loop from home, the most ... read more

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I like to set myself a target each year. In 2020 I decided that one month I would try and ride 500 miles, having never done that before. I'd got a couple of long sportive rides planned, which have ... read more

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During this time of lock down and being made re-redundant I have been exploring Bristol by bike. I discovered the festival line and i think it is one of the nicest ride I have been on for a while.... read more

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“Dinner’s ready!” “OK ma I’ll be right there - just finishing up real quick!” I have been using this tactic all my life. You know what? Never worked 😖 - not once. “One more game, it’ll be quick”..... read more

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Today’s [address removed] When the wind blows here there is very little to stop it. We don’t have majestic hills or forests; we have mainly flat terrain and coastal views. On a day when the wind is... read more

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I see you. Out there uncomfortably wobbling along on a bike that’s been tucked away in the place where good intentions get stored for “when we get a chance”. I see you. Out there walking –... read more

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Those who know me will tell you that I am seldom at a loss for words. But this week...these weeks, I've struggled for inspiration, and encouragement. But today I watched my car free street host... read more

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Anyone that knows me, knows I don't drive. I fully rely on my bike to do everything and to go everywhere. I buy groceries, take the pets to the Vet, meet friends, social ride, go to work, go to... read more

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A friend thought her bike was a lost cause and was asking around for bike shops and used bikes. I told her I'd take a look: her bike was nearly new and in fantastic shape! All it needed was a fro... read more

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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

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I've worked with Bike Easy to help plan the monthly challenge since we first started implementing the Love to Ride platform 4 years ago. First as a volunteer, my role at Bike Easy eventually expand... read more

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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.

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Work as a Laboratory Technician for a Dairy/Creamery Company in Leeds, so recognised as a Key Worker. I can still ride to and from Work each shift, in my seventh year of only riding or walking to W... read more

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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

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Jules Greaves #nocarbon
Marjolein Rijken Great stuff!

I’m combining my daily exercise with runs to the chemist for prescriptions for those who can’t get out- seems like a perfect combo?!

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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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Making the most of this strange time to explore the local lanes and smile at strangers

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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

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#nocarbon Taking advantage of the worst of times to get out on the quiet country lanes, practicing social distancing and enjoying the fresh air and exercise whilst having the time to do it...

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During these difficult times of Covid-19 it is important to offer support to those in need. When a lady in the village reached out asking for help as her cat was poorly I did not hesitate to offer ... read more

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I'm trying to avoid shopping unnecessarily, so hadn't been to the supermarket in almost 2 weeks. Our fridge was empty, and the rest of our food supplies were running low. We've been getting fruit a... read more

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Matthew Hodder Sounds like you need a Yuba Mundo or a Long John to go shopping on.
Marjolein Rijken Good effort Pete!

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

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