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Nope, They must be mad. Getting on a slow packed sweaty bus or sitting in their car stuck in traffic for an hour every morning and evening. Start the day with a breath of fresh air and an easy but ... read more

Topic: My commute by bike

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

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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?!

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

#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...

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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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

Topic: Other

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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

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Although the corona virus is not a good thing. Something very positive has happened for our family. Due to the quietness of the country roads where we live, me and my son and me have been able to... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

Getting out on your bike is a safe way to experience the world outside while we're all self-isolating. And you never know what you might see! I cycled up towards Ditchling Beacon. Stopping to watch... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

I am 73 and have cycled on average 3 times a week doing on average 70 to 100 miles a week when the weather permitting and this year I have set my self a target of 2020 miles as it is the year. Wit... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

Decided to get out and about, & made sure I kept to the 2m rule, not for social distancing reasons, but because I am so slow!

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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I feel I have to share my view of the world at the end of most of my bike rides... I'm a regular rider, either commuting 20 odd miles to work in Redruth or in a group so I miss that social side of ... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

I bumped into so peeps I had not seen for years at a Birthday party who told me they were mountain bikers and I started to ride with them, at this point I was super unfit. After riding with them fo... read more

Topic: My commute by bike

As a community nurse, i have spent the last 20 year driving around the entire Pennine Lancashire area, in addition to my daily commute (20 mile round trip). Since taking up cycling last Sept, ag... read more

Topic: My Bicycle Romance

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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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I try and commute on my bike at least once a week, not only for the environmental #NoCarbon impact, but also for how it helps my mental and physical well-being. That honestly hasn’t been truer this... read more

Topic: A story from the Bike Challenge

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Every evening this week has been absolute bliss. Timing has fallen so when I clock of work and then hop on my bike it is the perfect time to chase the sunset down by the Exe Estuary. The amazing co... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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So in this current crazy climate we find ourselves in, my husband was given a bag of flour from a local mill (used to be a baker) and made a whole batch of sourdough loaves. We hopped on our bikes ... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Living and working in Somerset, cider is a way of life! I swapped my car for a bike to get my fix. I saved 0.01 tonnes of CO2. It soothes all your troubles away! #NoCarbon

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Working in social services, have been flat out at work today, enjoyed my one and only exercise of the day, a tonic for a heavy day and the stresses of the current situation. Lovely views over the G... read more

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Andrew Mathers God bless you and your team (all angles)in gods eyes

For the first time in a long time I had intended to cycle in and out of work everyday this week but with the office closed for the foreseeable I've swapped my commute for an early morning ride, lov... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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How crazily fast everything we know has flipped. Within just a few short weeks, I like many, many others across the globe have been wrenched from those mundane but comforting knowns, and swept u... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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Doesn't matter where you are everywhere beyond your front door looks very inviting and appealing right now. We are all guilty of taking it for granted. As long as we respect and follow government a... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era

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I've just realised that since mid last December I haven't used my car at all for traveling to and from work or meetings. I have been using my cycle to work bike instead. I got the bike in May 18 bu... read more

Topic: Other

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With all that's going on, in terms of social distancing, staying at home and what have you, I decided to go out in the dark of the night. Car free, people free, just me and nature. It was a 1am rid... read more

Topic: Biking in the Coronavirus Era