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Your muscles are more likely to be stiff if it's very cold, even if you're feeling warm cycling, so less 'give' when you hit the ground. - the opposite of drunks not breaking bones. Maybe one for the road would help in future?
- 18 Feb 2008, 3:53pm
- Forum: Does anyone know … ?
- Topic: Do employers have to provide a place to lock cycles???
- Replies: 19
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Suggest a two week trial period. Charge your colleague for mileage, find an excuse to have to get in early most days, make detours on the way back that you would "normally" do on your bike journey - shopping, visiting someone 10 miles away, popping into B&Q etc and remember to forget y...
Amusingly, half an hour after reading this topic I got hit when almost at the far side of (walking across) a pedestrian crossing by a cyclist who came through the junction well after the cars had stopped. Shared paths though always cause problems whether you're on a bike or walking. This is because ...
- 29 Jan 2008, 8:32am
- Forum: On the road
- Topic: Another cyclist knocked over -- collision caused by me?
- Replies: 15
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Faults all around, but speaking as a slow cyclist here, it's not generally a good idea to go through lights about to turn to red when going uphill. The other cyclist should have waited until his lights had just turned to green, or got off and wheeled the bike if he couldn't get through the junction ...
Flat feet / fallen arches are the result of too much walking while being overweight or wearing shoes which provide insufficient support. Hard skin comes from doing a lot of walking in proper leather walking shoes worn to avoid flat feet. So no, people who cycle a lot aren't very likely to suffer fro...
Does anyone know of anyone who runs half day cycle maintainance courses in the Manchester / Cheshire area? All the ones I've seen are 2 day courses which I can't manage as I have RSI.