Don't Mush your Tush on the Turbo !
As the nights draw in and the roads get a little less welcoming, now is the time to roll out the turbo. Firstly you re not designed to sit - for any amount of time, let alone 5 hours plus (long training sessions) with all your pressure on a bone with the pressure force directly onto the area of a two pence piece. If you think about sitting at a desk for any period of time, you will move in the chair, perhaps cross legs, sit on a leg roll back and forth - this needs to be main
Bike Insurance do I need it ???
I don't know about you, but I try and get away with as little as possible when it comes to all the "add on" until I need it. This blog is for sure not to worry anyone into or out of getting bike specific insurance. I just wanted you all to know that there is so so much out there and too much to consider ! It can feel much easier to insure a number of things in one go, which is why many cyclists still insure their bike on their home or contents insurance policy. However, takin
How to be BIKE CONFIDENT
The end of this month (May) sees the arrival of Bike Week, delivered by Cycling UK, is an annual celebration to showcase cycling and how brilliant it is. Join thousands of people all across the UK and enjoy the simple pleasure of riding a bike. Let's make the world better by bike. Bike Week is runs from 30 May to 5 June 202, the theme of Bike Week 2021 is health and wellbeing. Cycling remains a great way to keep fit and active and is a good way to boost immunity, it's also f
Today I was invited to a women in cycling launch event. Women in Cycling is a new initiative launched by CIE, ECF, Velokonzept, Mobycon and CONEBI aiming to boost diversity in the cycling sector and help women to get more impact and leading seats in the cycling sector. We welcome all women working for cycling to join us to shape the sector forward. Women in Cycling was kicked off at a digital launch event on Wednesday 24 February. Women In cycling seeks to facilitate a platfo
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Saddles come in many shapes and sizes. That's not to mention colours and designs. Saddle width – saddles come in different widths, and you should try and match these to your sit bones. You can measure your sit bones at home: put a piece of tinfoil on the sofa, sit on and lift your feet off the floor so your weight goes through your sit bones. When you stand up, you will see two dimples where your sit bones are. Measure the distance between the centre of the two dimples, and t