Haha Purple ... it's just not a priority but next go I'd love to do a 20 miler. I really enjoyed it, much more than running. This is defo for me, I just need routine after the move and some nice days to get the buzz up some more.
Jun 14th, 2016, 17:28 PM
Join Date: Jul 2015
Oh I hear you on routine - mine has gone to pot since I started my new job 4 months ago now.
I'll have to dust off my cycle - my eldest daughter uses it more than me.
Good luck! 20 miles seems like a marathon to me! lol
Jun 19th, 2016, 20:28 PM
SoSlim Rising Star
Join Date: May 2015
Location: Here,there everywhere.
I got myself a second hand bike last November as I had an anxiety problem due to health and so the only way for me to go out was on a bike. It was like my security blanket. It was the start of getting my life back. I'm lucky as we have flat roads here and off road cycle paths. I try and go out every day. Anything from 5 miles to 10 miles. I need to get a tracker so I can measure how far I do go on it. :-)
Any recommendations on which thing to get to track my miles?
Jun 22nd, 2016, 01:58 AM
Join Date: Jun 2016
Location: New Zealand
The only tip I have is to do your cycling straight after a meal, preferably dinner as this is usually the heaviest meal of the day. I've read studies that show people that do exercising right after a meal VS waiting an hour before exercising, the ones that exercise straight after are less likely to put more weight on. Good luck anyway!
Jul 7th, 2016, 18:52 PM
SoSlim Rising Star
Join Date: Aug 2015
Wobbles, are you still getting out on your bike? How are you finding it? Do you have any goals or things that you would like to achieve? A charity ride or a personal goal?
All the best Quins
Jul 13th, 2016, 13:57 PM
Join Date: May 2016
Cycling just for the heck of it is really amazing. I find it liberating. Moreover, you can just pick it up and travel anywhere (depending on your capacity) without any worries. A flat tyre maybe.