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#AboutABike City Cycling

#AboutABike City Cycling


I have always for as long as I can remember cycled in cities. As a medical student I bravely rode from University College Hospital in central London over Hampstead Hill to Golders Green. I rode come rain, come shine. It saved me so much money and kept me super fit. It cast a dice for future cycling adventures much later in my life; TransAmerica: Los Angeles to Boston, Cambodia, Rajasthan India, Austria and St Malo to Nice. I’ve cycled through a lot of big cities. Perhaps India was the most exciting, it wasn’t just the sheer volume of traffic in cites but all the animals to avoid. Sheep, goats and pigs tend to get out of the way but camels and the sacred cow deserve very special respect. It’s imperative to cautiously cycle round the rear end of a cow or camel!


I’m think I’m lucky to have cycled in…

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