Monthly Archives: May 2012

C2C training: the funniest ride!

Even before we left home, there was a flat tyre on Hannah’s bike.  I fixed it but not well enough, I didn’t put the patch in the right place!  Just 2 miles from home, the tyre was again flat and … Continue reading

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Keeping my bike clean?

When I got the Thorn Audax in January last year, I felt like an excited school boy with a new shiny racer.  It’s always nice to have a beautifully maintained and lubricated bike but I became very self-conscious in the … Continue reading

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More Coast to Coast training

As you know, we are planning to ride a Coast to Coast route during the fast-approaching half term break.  So here’s a couple of snaps on a recent Sunday afternoon cycle ride to get limbered up a bit.  Getting Becky … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Fitness and Its Immense Benefits In Fighting Cancer

I am delighted to welcome David Haas with his guest blog.  It’s a sensitive but significant subject area being dealt with in this post; well worth absorbing if you, or someone close to you, is touched by cancer.   While … Continue reading

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A Cyclist’s Lunch (aka Compost Sandwich)

Compost sandwich Following the huge number of page views for my Cyclist’s Breakfast, I thought I might share my favourite lunch which I’ll have on the odd day I’m at home on my own. I might as well get the possible … Continue reading

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Review – Landgarten Pumpkin Seed Snack

Following on from my recent review of Landgarten Organic Snacks I have another review to share with you.  You might remember I was pretty positive about those Soya bean snacks and these are even better!  I also road tested them on my … Continue reading

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