Cycling Weekly

Why fun is cycling’s most important aspect

This is a question I have been asked hundreds of times: what advice would you give to any young aspiring bike rider? The answer is a simple one: have fun.

Growing up I was never forced into cycling and almost stumbled upon it. For reasons unknown my parents decided to book a cycle touring holiday for a week around France, none of us had any real interest in cycling, especially my brother and sister. For them it is still regarded as

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