I’ve had the Fuego for almost a year now, so it’s high time I put some thoughts down on it. Dave McCraw has already posted a detailed review of the stock Fuego compared to other similar recumbents here, so I’ll take a different angle. He’s also got a lot more pictures than me, so if […]
The ICE Vortex looks like a bike where the rider is an optional extra. Even sat still in the showroom it gives off a tingling sense of speed, with that stretched body and big rear wheel; a feeling that the only reason it isn’teven nowsliding silently past the peleton is that the lack of challenge […]
Loitering via Loch Arklet, just before starting the climb over to Inversnaid and Loch Lomond. Satisfying ride yesterday. Not quite feeling up to the Nippie Sweetie audax, but also having a day spare, I decided to trundle round one of the rides from ‘Bike Scotland – Book One’, which had been sitting unloved since Christmas. […]
As subtly hinted at by this morning’s tweet, I have been road testing a budget option of winter-proofing my SPD shoes. Shown half-way through the delicate procedure, you may notice one of the bomb-proof Shimano shoes has been subtly modified to block off the toe ventilation. The end result should hopefully be toasty piggies, whatever […]
Thought I’d treat you to an exceptionally dull summary of a post I made on YACF, pondering whether helmets offer any real benefit on a low recumbent. As an initial disclaimer, this is not intended to sway you opinion one way of the other. Helmet wearing on bicycles is one of (if not the) most […]
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