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Read moreRead more”When I was doing my first cycle trip, I had to go to my parents’ house in England and they had the house in a town in Wales.
I had no idea what I was getting into.
I thought, ‘This is just for my own fun’.
It was the first time I had been in Wales and I was so excited, I just wanted to ride my bike.”
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“The biggest misconception about cycling is that it’s something you do for the money.
You can buy a bike for £100, but it’ll cost you £20,000 to take it to the other side of the world and back.
You’d have to spend thousands of pounds on a new bike if you wanted to go back.”
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The trip is made up of seven days.
On the first day, you ride the road from London to Wales.
On day two, you go to the Isle of Wight, where you ride through a number of towns, including a number on the southern coast.
On days three and four, you take the bus to Cardiff, where the road crosses the M8 to get to the mainland.
On night two, the road winds back to London and you take a ferry from London’s south coast to the south of Wales.
This is a journey you’ll do several times.
“I ride my cycle about two or three times a week.
I can do the whole cycle in a week and that’s because I’m a big cyclist, so I’ll go for two to three days at a time, and then a bit more on the weekends.”
There are two ways to do this, one way that’s easier than the other, and both require a bit less riding.
The easy way is to cycle from London (and back) through the town of Cardiff.
The other is a bit different, because there are different roads and different routes through Wales, but both involve the same route.
The route that I took was round the north coast, which is very rural, so there were no hills.
The only hill I had in the day was a few metres high.
I rode up a hill to get back to the motorway, and when I got back down, there was a road running through the middle of the road.
I just took the bus down there, because it was the shortest way to get down the road.
“They’re also very quiet, so it’s easy to cycle with friends. “
Cycle roads are narrow and straight, so you need a lot more space for your bike,” says Sian.
“They’re also very quiet, so it’s easy to cycle with friends.
If you cycle by bike, you’ll have to think a bit about how you’re going to balance your weight.”
There’s also a lot less traffic in the motorways, which means there’s less time to be lost.
“If you’re doing a long journey and you’re cycling from the north to the Midlands, you can expect two to four hours of traffic, but the journey can be five to seven hours if you cycle through the Midlands.
The cycle route will probably be more of a one-off ride than the route on a motorway.”
This is where things get a bit tricky.
“There are certain roads in Wales that you can’t cycle on, because you can only cycle on one lane,” says Simon.
“The same thing happens in Wales, so if you’re taking the bus from Cardiff to Wales, there’s no way to cycle on the motor roads.”
There is also the problem of changing lanes in the wrong direction.
“When you’re on the bike, the only thing you’re able to see is your path.
If there’s a bus coming down the lane, you’re stuck in traffic.
If it’s a motor vehicle, you’ve got to look at a mirror and you’ve lost the flow of traffic.”
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When you cycle, you need space on your bike, not a lane”There’s a number that I’m constantly asked about, and I’d say that one of the biggest misconceptions is that you need some space on the bicycle.
That you need extra space because you’re carrying your gear, or that you’re wearing a helmet because you have a baby on the seat.
It’s a misconception that you have