A 1986-style Devon Coast To Coast
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by WillCycle
3d ago
1986 was a great year – Duran Duran were a supergroup, and it was my last year of school, in South Africa. In 1986, computers existed – I owned a Sinclair ZX Spectrum – but it was largely the pre-digital era. Mobile phones weren’t a thing, so you couldn’t phone people as such, only places, ... Read more The post A 1986-style Devon Coast To Coast first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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The WillCam mount options
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by WillCycle
3d ago
Some people seem to have had a little difficulty in figuring out how to use the different mount options that comes with each WillCam, so I put these instructions together to help. The bike mount options First up, we’ll look at the options for mounting the WillCam to your bicycle (not your helmet). Your new ... Read more The post The WillCam mount options first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Potholes and Pavements, by Laura Laker
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by WillCycle
1w ago
I must confess a few things I thought before reading this book:1) Laker is a journalist, and British journalism is probably at it’s lowest, and least trustworthy, ever. As a result, not knowing Laker’s work very well, I was seriously apprehensive.2) I’ve written about Sustrans and the NCN before, so thought there wouldn’t be much ... Read more The post Potholes and Pavements, by Laura Laker first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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#RideForGaza
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by WillCycle
2w ago
WillCycle isn’t meant to be political, as in, I have deliberately and intentionally kept politics off this site. I’m not about to change that. This is not a political post. Instead, it’s a call for basic human decency, and human rights, alongside a call to accept the rule of law. Have you ever heard someone ... Read more The post #RideForGaza first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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And they called it puppy love
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by WillCycle
1M ago
I have a new love in my life: he’s called Alfie, and he’s the most adorable ball of fluff I’ve seen in a while. Alfie’s a Shih Zu puppy, though I’m convinced there’s another breed in there somewhere, too. I’m not a Kennel Club snob, and while I have nothing against “pure breed” dogs, I ... Read more The post And they called it puppy love first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Why do you ride?
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by WillCycle
1M ago
When I got back into cycling, it was because my kids – still little at the time – wanted to go riding further than just up and down the pavement in front of the house where we used to live. As a result, I got a really cheap mountain bike, which I absolutely loved! That ... Read more The post Why do you ride? first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Cycle tour destroyer
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by WillCycle
1M ago
If like me, you spend considerable time planning and preparing for a cycle tour, then you’ll be excited when the day comes to go cycle touring. Finally, a chance to escape the everyday humdrum of life, and explore the world in the best way possible: on two wheels, and under your own efforts. Because you’re ... Read more The post Cycle tour destroyer first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Best-value helmet cam
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by WillCycle
2M ago
So, you’re looking for a decent-quality cycling helmet camera? You want a battery life of around three hours, decent video quality (4K), digital image stabilisation, AND WiFi connectivity, right? The WillCycle Sportcam OK, I don’t manufacture these, but as I do sell them, I get to name my product. From the outset I will tell ... Read more The post Best-value helmet cam first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Upgrade is the new N+1
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by WillCycle
2M ago
My bike is, as I’m writing this, eight years old, and has carried me over many thousands of miles. As you’d expect, it took a battering over that time, including a few crashes. Most cyclists know the supposed formula of N+1 to determine the ideal number of bikes to own. In that formula, N equals ... Read more The post Upgrade is the new N+1 first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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Book review – Wild Camping the Wild Atlantic Way
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by WillCycle
2M ago
Every traveller’s journey is unique to them, and is a snapshot in time. This book tells the story of when I cycled the bottom half of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. If I had to cycle exactly the same route today, I’d end up with a completely new, and different experience. This is my adventure, and ... Read more The post Book review – Wild Camping the Wild Atlantic Way first appeared on WillCycle ..read more
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