I promised you a list! here. So here it is. I had to go through a list of pro’s and con’s before I could convince myself I could take on the work commute. This list isn’t it. Mine started something like: “Oooooooh cycle to work scheme, which colour bike would I like?” I jest. I’ve done the commute by… Read More 10 reasons to commute by cycle
Just found this on Tesco’s (supermarket) greener living website: Did you know? Get fit and save money by cycling. Regular cyclists are as fit as an average person 10 years younger. Cycling for 30 minutes, six days a week, achieves the same weight loss as three aerobics classes a week. Even if your commute costs… Read More Camino cycling training update.
I think it’s about time I stepped up a gear, if you’ll pardon the pun…. The running is great but my challenge is to cycle 800km across spain on the Camino Frances to Santiago de Compostela in October, so at some point I need to switch to two wheels in order to train effectively for… Read More Camino to work scheme. I think it’ll catch on…..
I’ve been following John Bishop’s week of hell with interest; road cycling, rowing the channel and running from Paris to London over a distance of 295 miles in five days. All to raise money and awareness for sports relief in the UK. Here is a view of the route John took: http://www.sportrelief.com/whats-on/celebrity-challenges/bishops-week-of-hell/the-route As my son… Read More John Bishop’s Week Of Hell in aid of Sports Relief 2012, a year for a challenge?