I was there for the first of the series, which included things such as how to do an M check of your bike, how to fix a puncture and know which innertube you should buy. The great thing about the course is the instructor gives a talk and then it’s hands-on time so you can try yourself, the best way to learn. Rutland has bikes on hand that you can practice on or you can use your own bike if you like.
Kit and Ace is a Canadian company who caught my eye when I saw this photo on Twitter Cycling portrayed as normal, including a smartly dressed women! I then learned that Kit and Ace were Canadian (like me) and I became even more curious. I found out they’re known for their technical cashmere, an easy […]
I try to keep things simple watch and find out how.
My time in London was coming to an end soon so I decided to take a break from packing and ride to Brighton. When I got there I was soon reminded how crazy Brighton can be on a hot summers day. This ride was also one of the longer rides I’ve done on the Specialized […]
What is it? I’m asked every time I’m out and about on the Copenhagen Wheel. It’s a wheel that turns a normal bike into an e-bike and works on just about any bike with rim breaks. I’ve been having a lot of fun riding around on it and getting to know more about e-bikes. Watch […]
I’ve been riding the Copenhagen Wheel for just over a month and thought I would share with you my thoughts on e-bikes (a video about the wheel is coming soon). Until you’ve ridden one it’s really hard to appreciate them and all the possibilities they offer. If you ever get the chance to give one […]
The Brompton folding bike was invented in West London and is still built in West London today in their new factory. When Brompton asked if I would like to visit their factory, being the curious person I am I had to say yes. I was pretty impressed to see how much of the bike is […]
I read about the Vätternrundan about a year ago, I’m not big on sportifs but there was something about this one, a 300km cycle around a lake in Sweden, that captured my imagination. So I read up on how to get a spot, marked my calendar with a reminder of the registration date and come […]
So it was finally time, all the prep and training done past lunch had been had, we were off to the start for our 22:40 start time. Watch part 2 to see how it all went, see me in all my sleep deprived glory and find out if the ride is as well organised as […]
It’s Bike Week in the UK this week, so I thought I would share with you 5 of the reasons why I cycle commute to inspire you to give it a try too. One of the great things about being part of #TeamRutland is the opportunity to get to try new things. So when I […]