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Posted By: Triassicwas wondering what you would recommend
Posted By: Triassic and why
Posted By: SteamyTeaBack in the 80's I did thousand of miles to go and see my sister who was working in West Africa. I did it on an old bike I found abandoned in a stream.
Posted By: richardelliotThe cycle to work scheme is great to get a tax free bike, but your employer has to offer it, not something you can do for yourself.
Posted By: Simon Still which is exactly why I'll be up there in July with my mountain bike.....
Posted By: TriassicSo we've had cars now it's time to discuss bikes! We're considering buying a bike each (ladies and gents, if that makes a difference?) and cycling far more.We live in a rural location and can cycle into town without using main roads, but it's been years since I bought a bike, so was wondering what you would recommend and why
Posted By: TriassicPosted By: Simon Stillwhich is exactly why I'll be up there in July with my mountain bike.....From Wheelbase in Stavely, taking in Garburn, Kentmere, Longsleddle, over to Haweswater, back over Gatescarth Pass to Kentmere and Stavely. Finish with a meal in Wilfs Cafe.High Street or Helvellyn are both classics that should be done at least once in a lifetime, or If you're in Scotland the tour of Ben Nevis or the tour of the Cuillins.
Posted By: Simon Stillwhich is exactly why I'll be up there in July with my mountain bike.....
Posted By: ferdinand20001 - Avoid debates with helmet nerds, or anti-helmet nerds. 3 - Get decent, supple, largish, Kevlar-protected tyres for comfort. Personally I swear by Schwalbe Marathon Supremes, 7 - MAKE SURE to avail yourself of the free cycling tuition offered by most Councils. 12 - Think about joining British Cycling or the CTC. 10% off at larger cycling shops / websites,Ferdinand
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