Monthly Archives: November 2017
An absolutely freezing Night for a spin on the Bicycle, really cold air deep down in to the lungs to add to the pain. Two pairs of Gloves on each hand to keep the digits warm, four layers up top … Continue reading
With heavy Legs from yesterdays Cycling I Saddled up for the short spin across town to Ormeau Park to watch and Photograph the penultimate round of the 2017 Ulster Cyclocross championship. A rucksack on my back I kept it simple … Continue reading
A little treat this Morning with an extra two hours on the Pillow 🙂 when I did escape the clutch of the duvet and looked out the window in anticipation of a nice dry day to get a good long … Continue reading
A bitterly cold night 😯 my Cycle Computer informed me it was just one degree celcius as I set off up the Comber Greenway to Comber, it never got any warmer. The plus side of riding a bike at this … Continue reading
A gentle spin down the Greenway along the Lagan, through the Titanic Quarter and back home on a cold night with light rain and a quick stop for a pic or two.
A change from the norm today as I decided to give the roads a miss and instead get off-road and ride the Blue Trail beside Mary Peters track at Barnett Demesne. These type of trails are named singletrack as they … Continue reading