Why being ‘better’ is the only new year’s resolution you should make…

It's the 4th of January, 2020. Four days into the new year and a time when many of us will have already failed our often lofty, invariably unachievable resolutions for the coming year. We've talked about new year's resolutions before, but they so often turn out to be difficult pass-fail challenges that send us spiralling … Continue reading Why being ‘better’ is the only new year’s resolution you should make…

Spending wisely – season tickets or bicycles?

The new year started out the way it so often does these days, with news that public transport costs are rising once again. This January ticket prices increased by 3.6% --roughly 1% above inflation. These days even a short commute on the train across Cardiff is going to take a considerable bite out of your annual salary.

Something to read: Association between active commuting and incident cardiovascular disease, cancer, and mortality –The BMJ

Regular readers will already be well aware that cycling and walking are great for your health, but if you want to influence minds, you often need evidence. The BMJ has published a study into active commuting and the impact it has on various causes of death, including cardiovascular disease and cancer. Unsurprisingly, it found that … Continue reading Something to read: Association between active commuting and incident cardiovascular disease, cancer, and mortality –The BMJ

Guest Post: Tips for staying injury free – by Brendon Samson

I can imagine everyone reading this post knows that cycling is one of the fastest growing sports or activities in the UK. Just the increasing popularity and presence of this blog and forums or groups like it are proof that there’s more and more interest out there from those involved with the sport or looking to get involved. … Continue reading Guest Post: Tips for staying injury free – by Brendon Samson