(Original post by ImperceptibleNinja)
Yes-yes-yes! [/Loreal advert]
I'd certainly be interested in a society. I cycle almost every day because I get bored walking, and it's nice to get some exercise that takes you quickly away from the people who would otherwise snigger at your attempts at being active
Could I suggest we use the first post as a reference point for relevant posts giving advice on specific questions - i.e. have specific categories, and links to good posts?
(Original post by m i l o)
a) Wear a helmet
b) Put your bike in 1st gear and put some effort in!
b) you obviously don't live in the Peak District
I may go tweak the thing right now actually. take it out this evening when there's no one about
But i've fallen in love with a purple bike at work... its only 50£ on staff price. And it's purple
I'd be interested!
Used to bike most days to school which is just under 9 miles away. Now I just enjoy bike rides on my own, with friends, whatever
Used to have an old town bike given from my grandad until the metal mudguard somehow managed to fold backwards on itself and jam in the wheel whilst riding it lololol.
Now I have a brand spanking new one.
We can have everyone.. Mountain bikers, racers, commuters. whhooo
Ally.. look on your local distric council's website.. they should have a bit for cyclists and if you're lucky you'll be able to download maps showing you where all the cycle paths are. Its great where I am.. i can go to the city and back, town and back.. sainsburys, without leaving a designated cycle path.
(Original post by SoundDevastation)
I have a question.. I want to get a book on bicycle maintenance, because i really want to be able to fix my bike myself. Any recommendations?
Theres loads here at amazon, it depends what kind of book you're looking for, like road bikes or mountain bikes for example.
Its becoming more common for bike shops to offer maintenance classes instore aswell.