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  1. Video: How to teach an adult to ride a bike in simple steps

    that should be felt, rather than taught! Overthinking the process usually leads to tenseness. Once they have ... moving – some trainees might keep the brakes on, while others will have to be reminded to use the brakes ... going out on the road, if possible. This completes Level 1 of the National Standard in cycle training ...

    Victoria Hazael - 15 Sep 2017 - 11:57

  2. How to prepare for your first charity cycle ride

    routine. If you'd like to train with others, why not join your Local Group. There will be lots ... Training for a charity bike ride is the key. Photo: Cycling UK By Victoria Hazael Wednesday, 28 ... others. If you'd like to raise money for Cycling UK you can via Cycling UK's Justgiving Page. ...

    Victoria Hazael - 29 Jun 2017 - 13:31

  3. Winter cycling training tips

    ‘Junk miles’ refers to miles added into your training plan with no purpose other than to increase your ... motivated, as you will be training with others. They can be as hard or as easy as you make them. However, ... Dorset- cycling By Cycling UK Saturday, 30 January 2016 Winter cycling training tips Struggling ...

    Cycling UK - 2 Oct 2017 - 10:33

  4. How to help drivers see you when you are cycling

    gilet by Lumo, as featured on the Apprentice, to the new Visijax jacket plus numerous other gizmos all ... by other road users, rather than educating drivers to look out for them. While good lights are a must ... – and are, of course, a legal obligation – and some may go for reflective clothing, there’s more cyclists can ...

    Julie Rand - 27 Sep 2017 - 16:44 - 14 comments

  5. Cycling to work for beginners

    In that case, a short course in cycle training may be just what you need to give you the skills and confidence ... on apace since those days and cycle training now mainly takes place in the real world and could involve ... by riding in a more dominant position away from the kerb and making eye contact with other road users. Once ...

    Julie Rand - 7 Nov 2017 - 11:35

  6. Training for a 100 mile cycle ride

    it non-negotiable.  Your training doesn't have to preclude other weekend plans, and it can be quite fun to ride ... training rides into other weekend plans, including cycling to a friend's wedding outside Bristol, ... Laura Laker getting a few miles in for her training to ride a Century (Photographer: Michael ...

    LauraLaker - 27 Sep 2017 - 16:44

  7. What to eat when you are cycling

    could stay in the saddle forever. Other days you get to the 20-mile mark, have no energy left at all ... you’ll either end up getting the train home or your ride will culminate in a miserable limp back ... with your legs feeling like lead! What to eat before a 20, 50 or 100-mile ride Cycling 20 miles  In short, ...

    Victoria Hazael - 4 Oct 2017 - 10:24

  8. Mark Beaumont's North Coast 500

    swung around and fell alongside. Local endurance hard man Alex Glasgow holds the course record ... to Inverness with a bike is easiest by train. The Caledonian Sleeper gives an overnight connection from London ...

    Victoria Hazael - 16 Jun 2017 - 16:18

  9. Video: How to teach your child to ride a bike- Updated

    this is instinctive. For others, you may need to show them how by sitting them on the bike and then, whilst you stand ... to lean into a steer by turning the handlebar. They will see that if they lean the other way, the bike ... will go one way and they will go the other! Think of it as being a bit like spinning plates on a stick- ...

    Victoria Hazael - 25 Dec 2017 - 16:57

  10. Cycling at university- top tips from student cyclists

    to SW London can be tricky on buses and trains.’ When it comes to security, the Goldsmiths campus has ... Stef recommend cycling to other students? She says: ‘Yes, definitely. It’s fun and liberating and can ... and recommends getting cycle training before taking to the city’s roads. In London, especially, it takes time ...

    JacquiShannon - 16 Jun 2017 - 17:06

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