geocycle wrote:Mine also go to the local surgery... but one of the GPs is a bike nut and borrows them.
leave a note inside the next one to say that he should join and get his own copy.
chris667 wrote:Have you noticed that in the countries where cycling is seen as a normal activity very few people wear cycling-specific clothing? I think that's what we should aspire to.
"At least one ride in 10, go without your sunglasses and gloves. Sometime next month, put some double-sided cheap-style pedals on a good bike and ride in non-cycling garb. It works shockingly well, and sends a good message to would-be bicycle riders."
brianleach wrote:This is all very well but it seems to me all the pictures of slow cycling are on flat roads.
To get to the station I have a sharp descent followed by an equally sharp ascent. Coming home I have a sharp descent followed by an equally sharp ascent.
I defy anyone unless considerably fitter than me to make either journey without sweating except in the depths of winter.
workhard wrote:from the rivendell people (who I generally regard as slightly crazy)
"At least one ride in 10, go without your sunglasses and gloves.
Velorum wrote:Appart from my multi speed folding Dahon (for camping and trips further afield - train / car etc) I use traditional fully enclosed chaincase roadsters on a daily basis. I