Category Archives: Cycling

Love for the Commute

Sometimes I hate my commute to work, it’s 14 miles from my house to where I work in Otley, West Yorkshire and anyway you put it, without a car (depending on the time of day and traffic) it is over … Continue reading

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Revolution Cross: The Review

The bike has been through what can only be described as a thorough shake down, one week, 90 miles in rain, wind, sleet, snow and sub zero temperatures. Saying that, I have also been through a thorough shake down! This … Continue reading

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Bike Shopping

It has been nearly a month since I was last on a bike for any decent length of time and nearly 3 weeks since my bike was stolen and with it now most likely never to be seen again I’ve … Continue reading

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It’s all just a little bit of history repeating

Unfortunately I have to report that my bike has been stolen AGAIN! This time however is a far more serious event than just having my lock snipped and someone cycling off with it. Turns out a group of “gentlemen” hopped … Continue reading

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As the night draws in…

That’s right, it’s getting close to the sign that winter is here the clocks go back an hour a week on Sunday (31st October) which means we are not more than a few weeks away from travelling to work in … Continue reading

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A Summer of (Nearly) a Thousand Miles

It has been a summer to remember for me and it will be bookended by trips to North America. I took my holiday early and went to Ottawa, Canada for a fortnight to go and see some old friends and … Continue reading

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Commutifying The Bike

Yes, I’ve made up a word, but it works, I think. As summer coughs its last bursts of sunshine here in Leeds (it’s actually a lovely and warm day today) and we slip ever closer to the crisp mornings and … Continue reading

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