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6 thoughts on “We’re Almost Finished…”
I shall be embarking on the London 100 bike ride and your tips are invaluable! The hills look daunting but the information you have given has more than prepared me!
Where to start? Only got a bike from decathlon (it has a basket) and furthest I’ve riden is 11 miles. I’ve a place in this year’s ride 100!
I’ve managed to borrow a road bike. First thing to tick off list. However, I need a realistic training plan that fits I around motherhood, work and life! I am confident in as far as I a runner so have a good level of fitness but where do I start next?
Thanking you in advance
Hi Lindsay. I would recommend looking at the British Cycling training plans:
Looking forward to your hard-earned knowledge
Thanks for your comparison. I do use MMR already. Strava was suggested to me, but I don’t want to pay a fee.
I’d love to receive your tips re long rides.
I am 70, and am finding it difficult to keep up with younger people on the 60k rides.
First time in the site. I love cycling. I started gettting into it at age 32. Now i am 37. But im still in the game. I jave a murray bike. Does the job. I would like some free snack stop ot shelter to help with me cycling. I like more info on this. Text me on my email
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