And just of the smug feeling the comes with not being one of those people who choke the planet and devour its resources in order to just get to work, where their business probably also chokes the planet and devours its resources.
Where possible I won't drive a journey of under 10 miles, which means I hardly drive at all. On A.N.Other cycle forum there's a thread running where you list your rides of the day. I was listing 2 or 3 rides daily (though I try to have one day a week to rest my joints) myself, but it quickly became apparent that most members of the particular cycle enthusiasts forum barely ride bikes at all.
Alisons other arf is to be applauded for work in on his fitness, easing congestion, doing his duty as a citizen to decrease our nation's reliance foreign energy sources, while minimising environmental damage. Many like to talk the talk, but Mr Ali is walking the walk. Or riding the ride.
It was the beginning of spring when he broke his second bike, he's going to be like jelly when he gets to work on his first day back on the bike. Yes when he's on the bike we'll hardly be using the car, just the odd journey per month.
You can't buy happiness but you can buy a bike and that's pretty close
Sneaking in components behind hubbies back Shhhh!!!
1995 Marin Bear Valley SE
1988 Specialized Rockhopper Comp