Dear makers of generic blue inhalers,
I’m afraid I need to make a formal, public complaint about your product.
To start off, let me introduce myself. I’m a deeply average bike rider, someone who enjoys riding quickly but often find my old-codger legs unwilling to do the bidding of my boy-racer brain. Nevertheless, I persevere at my hobby, standing as it does as the only obstacle between me and the obesity statistics. Continue reading “Puff Puff Pass”
I’d like to preface this blog by stating that I’m not technically mad. I don’t think.
However. We know that cycling is as much of a mental sport as it is a physical one, as Cycling Weekly explored recently.
And I think that for me this is even more true than it is for “normal” people. I have more bad rides than good, whatever the numbers say. And I’ve decided that this is almost entirely down to the passengers I’m carrying with me. Continue reading “The Passenger Theory of Disappointing Rides”
The effect of Britain’s forthcoming withdrawal from the EU upon cycling in Britain has not yet been widely discussed. But a secret British Cycling report obtained* by the writer suggests that the impact will be more severe than one might imagine. Continue reading “The Language of Cycling”