Excuse me! Can I ask how can I ride on my bike again cause I’m afraid that I forgot to…
After 4 week challenge I thought that it could be nice to take some break. I was wondering whether I’m gonna miss cycling or not.
I wasn’t cycling regularly 2 months before today. I was just cycling some days and riding it for commuting sometimes. But it wasn’t easy to cycle for commuting every time. Than I quit my job interestingly and I decided to cycle while I was looking for a new job.
Like most of you, I mean who has a bicycle and ride their bikes, I like cycling so much. Particularly, after starting to write here I’m trying to cycle on daily basis and love it more everyday. So, I wanted to share you why I like cycling below;
I wanna write here some notable ews about the world of cycling as far as possible. under the category of notable news. I’m not a professional about it but I thought it would be nice to write here when I’m learning and developing myself.
So, the first news is about a bicycle which is just 11 pounds (5 kg). Yes you didn’t hear wrong! It’s just 11 pounds it’s made from carbon fibre with 95% ratio. That’s why it is such light. Beside the simplicity (in appearence) there are some significant specifications like shock absorption which pushes your ride comfort to the top of maximization.
Challenge: Day #01 5,93 miles This is the first day of my “5 miles a day challenge”. I’ve cycled above…
Last year I’ve decided to buy a bicycle to go to my work by it so that I was bored to put up with traffic. It is super comfortable to go elsewhere with the car, I know, but in a traffic jam it can be terrible mostly even if you’re using the public transportation.
I thought that if I have a bicycle I can make bicycle commuting. However I had a problem; My apartment is on the 4th floor and on top of that its stairs are prominently narrow. Our lift is also too small to carry a bicycle.
So, it would be hard to carry the bike twice a day in this apartment somehow. Then I started to think about folding bike. It is cute, portable, in small size…, but what about performance?