Category Archives: cycling

Weight loss is like riding a bike

As you will have gathered if you have read my blog I like cycling and have just been to Morocco with Velo Venutres. I took up cycling two years ago and for the last two years I have set myself … Continue reading

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Mountain biking on actual mountains…

I have just got back after a week mountain biking in Morocco with Velo Ventures. I am shattered to the core, covered in bruises, I smell of fire and am really content for the first time in a while. I … Continue reading

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B+

The last couple of weeks haven’t been the greatest and left me with lots to think about. My confidence on the bike took a massive knock after making the same mistake twice. Cycling is 40% physical and 60% mental. I … Continue reading

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Laying Down a Marker

 You have been weighed You have been measured And you have absolutely… Been found wanting. A Knights Tale This morning I did a timed lap of Richmond Park. It is 10km loop (6.2 miles) and I did it in 23.24. … Continue reading

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Just do it…

After much too-ing and fro-ing, having talked to parents, physio, friends (both cycling and non), having written the pros and the cons, looked at my finances, questioned my sanity I have finally made a decision. Today I dutifully filled in … Continue reading

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The big cliche and irony of my life

Cliché “an expression, idea, or element of an artistic work which has been overused to the point of losing its original meaning or effect.”, taken from the great font of knowledge wikipedia. Life is full of clichés, my shoulder is … Continue reading

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Paralysis by Analysis

Paralysis by Analysis describes the state of inaction due to spending time analysing the available options. Take choosing something to watch for instance, we now have so many options to choose from, there are over a hundred channels, showing a … Continue reading

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