Monthly Archives: August 2013

Road maintenance in Hertfordshire

So many people seem to be complaining about the roads these days – not just us poor cyclists but car drivers as well.  Hertfordshire is one of the “home counties” as it borders onto Greater London.  It is a prosperous … Continue reading

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Benefits of cycling – guest blog

The benefits of being a cyclist often published but here I am pleased to publish a guest blog post from Taiwo Aladeojebi who is a SEO Analyst at Retail Ltd and a blogger in his own right.  Here Taiwo explains … Continue reading

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3 Exciting Ways to Stay Safe on Your Bike

If you don’t already cycle to work, the National Cycle to Work day could be a good time to start! The roads are open to cycle to work virgins on the 12th of September in a bid to reach the … Continue reading

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Camaraderie and cyclists

I had done my 7.5 hours slaving over a hot keyboard and enjoyed my ride home, I’d almost done my 23 miles when another cyclist struck up a conversation with me while we waited at some traffic lights.  It was … Continue reading

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A road bike for £800?

Recently I had a question left for me, via the contact page above.  The reader was Josh and asking what bikes I’d recommend for around £800 and the criteria was a bike that could be taken  to various European places … Continue reading

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Trek Elite 8.5 2013 model

My friend Robin has invested in one of these Treks this year.  It’s a mid range hard tail retailing for about £1000 so pitched well for those considering a Cycle to Work purchase scheme.  Last Sunday we went for a … Continue reading

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