Join cycling star Bradley Wiggins for East Lancs ride

Lancashire Telegraph: Wiggins is one of the favourites to win this year's Tour de France. Wiggins is one of the favourites to win this year's Tour de France.

CYCLING superstar Bradley Wiggins has launched a challenge through some of East Lancashire’s toughest riding routes.

The ‘Ride with Brad’ event in August will see cyclists challenged to complete some of the Olympic gold medallist’s regular training rides alongside him.

Included on the 160km-route is Barley Fell, Waddington Fell, Nick o’ Pendle, Trough of Bowland, and Longridge Fell.

Wiggins is based in Eccleston and regularly trains in East Lancashire.

He said: “It is a challenging ride through the stunning Lancashire countryside and I want people to come and experience the roads and climbs I regularly train on.

“This brand new event has been specially organised to help celebrate the launch of the Bradley Wiggins Foundation.

“I look forward to welcoming you all and riding alongside many of you on what will be a special day for all the family.

“It will be a treat, exploring one of the most scenic and low traffic areas in England.

“The routes will take you on a tour of Lancashire’s most outstanding natural beauty spots.

“This includes the Forest of Bowland where you will pass through picturesque villages and farmland of the Ribble Valley, before climbing on to remote open moorland where you will be greeted with stunning views and a silence broken only by your exertions.

“This route has a heritage to match the riders who have raced on its roads in years gone by and who train on it to this day.”

A shorter 100km route has also been put together, which misses out the northern moorland loop around the Trough of Bowland but still includes Barley, Waddington and Longridge fells and the Nick o’ Pendle.

The route will be fully signed with Pennine Events’ ride support operation including route signage, marshalling, support vehicles and mobile mechanics.

Wiggins is a three-time Olympic gold medalist and is hotly tipped to win this summer’s Tour de France.

The event takes place on August 19 and will raise money for the Bradley Wiggins Foundation, which aims to promote participation in sport and encourage people to exercise on a regular basis.

Visit www.bradley wigginsfoundation .org for more information or call 01772 447972.

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4:59pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Chris P Bacon says...

Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres! Chris P Bacon

5:24pm Wed 6 Jun 12

happycyclist says...

That's a pig. I glad those days are gone for me!
That's a pig. I glad those days are gone for me! happycyclist

6:27pm Wed 6 Jun 12

burner says...

Where? . . . the "cycle lanes" up Darwen Street towards ASDA ? . . a major challenge !
Where? . . . the "cycle lanes" up Darwen Street towards ASDA ? . . a major challenge ! burner

6:35pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Chris P Bacon says...

burner wrote:
Where? . . . the "cycle lanes" up Darwen Street towards ASDA ? . . a major challenge !
The route is outlined for you above. I suggest you familiarise yourself with it before attempting to get a cheap laugh as it goes nowhere near the place you are suggesting.
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Where? . . . the "cycle lanes" up Darwen Street towards ASDA ? . . a major challenge ![/p][/quote]The route is outlined for you above. I suggest you familiarise yourself with it before attempting to get a cheap laugh as it goes nowhere near the place you are suggesting. Chris P Bacon

7:16pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Mrs Greenkeepers Back says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG Mrs Greenkeepers Back

7:52pm Wed 6 Jun 12

themink says...

I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered!
I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered! themink

8:08pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Mrs Greenkeepers Back says...

themink wrote:
I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered!
Can you sit down whilst you do it?
[quote][p][bold]themink[/bold] wrote: I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered![/p][/quote]Can you sit down whilst you do it? Mrs Greenkeepers Back

10:33pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Chris P Bacon says...

Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
themink wrote:
I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered!
Can you sit down whilst you do it?
When you know nowt, stay out.

And face facts, you know nowt about virtually everything, as we can all see.
[quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]themink[/bold] wrote: I have done this route twice and it is brutal. Already entered![/p][/quote]Can you sit down whilst you do it?[/p][/quote]When you know nowt, stay out. And face facts, you know nowt about virtually everything, as we can all see. Chris P Bacon

10:36pm Wed 6 Jun 12

Chris P Bacon says...

Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing?

You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.
[quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG[/p][/quote]How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing? You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt. Chris P Bacon

12:10am Thu 7 Jun 12

Mrs Greenkeepers Back says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing?

You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.
I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course
Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG[/p][/quote]How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing? You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.[/p][/quote]I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG. Mrs Greenkeepers Back

7:54am Thu 7 Jun 12

Chris P Bacon says...

Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing?

You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.
I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course
Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.
Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q.

Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do.

And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots.
[quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG[/p][/quote]How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing? You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.[/p][/quote]I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.[/p][/quote]Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q. Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do. And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots. Chris P Bacon

2:39pm Thu 7 Jun 12

Mrs Greenkeepers Back says...

Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing?

You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.
I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course
Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.
Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q.

Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do.

And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots.
I like you Crispy, but you're a bit thick, I don't know why you're obsessed with sex changes, I changed my login name because I got banned thats all. And I always say I am Mrs.KDG., because I don't hide from anything. I stand by everything I've said.
I've not got any issues and am allowed to shave my legs. You actually admitting to doing so and then going on about sex changes makes me worry for your parents.
As I said before if a cyclist rides up a hill, he can freewheel down the other side, lazy exercise. Then you can go to work and say, I did 80 mile this morning. All whilst sat on my arse. Yawn
Anybody would think its difficult to get up a hill, I'll let you in on a secret, weve been going up and down hills for years, its not new. I bet you wear lycra as well don't you? the uniform.
[quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG[/p][/quote]How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing? You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.[/p][/quote]I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.[/p][/quote]Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q. Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do. And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots.[/p][/quote]I like you Crispy, but you're a bit thick, I don't know why you're obsessed with sex changes, I changed my login name because I got banned thats all. And I always say I am Mrs.KDG., because I don't hide from anything. I stand by everything I've said. I've not got any issues and am allowed to shave my legs. You actually admitting to doing so and then going on about sex changes makes me worry for your parents. As I said before if a cyclist rides up a hill, he can freewheel down the other side, lazy exercise. Then you can go to work and say, I did 80 mile this morning. All whilst sat on my arse. Yawn Anybody would think its difficult to get up a hill, I'll let you in on a secret, weve been going up and down hills for years, its not new. I bet you wear lycra as well don't you? the uniform. Mrs Greenkeepers Back

7:50pm Thu 7 Jun 12

themink says...

Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Mrs Greenkeepers Back wrote:
Chris P Bacon wrote:
Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres!
Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills.
Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG
How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing?

You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.
I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course
Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.
Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q.

Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do.

And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots.
I like you Crispy, but you're a bit thick, I don't know why you're obsessed with sex changes, I changed my login name because I got banned thats all. And I always say I am Mrs.KDG., because I don't hide from anything. I stand by everything I've said.
I've not got any issues and am allowed to shave my legs. You actually admitting to doing so and then going on about sex changes makes me worry for your parents.
As I said before if a cyclist rides up a hill, he can freewheel down the other side, lazy exercise. Then you can go to work and say, I did 80 mile this morning. All whilst sat on my arse. Yawn
Anybody would think its difficult to get up a hill, I'll let you in on a secret, weve been going up and down hills for years, its not new. I bet you wear lycra as well don't you? the uniform.
They truly do walk amongst us.
[quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrs Greenkeepers Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris P Bacon[/bold] wrote: Just entered the long route and it is a belter, but you'd better be fitter than the proverbial if you're going to tackle this one! I've done the route twice in recent years but last year, I'm glad I did the 100k route as the weather was abysmal. Let's hope for a good day this year. Get on it and see how tough you are, hombres![/p][/quote]Cycling, the only form of exercise you can do sat on yer arse, and you get to free wheel down the hills. Hello Crispy, you never came across as a lazy exerciser to me. On yer bike lad. KDG[/p][/quote]How did Sir Steve Redgrave win FIVE Olympic gold medals? Did he stand up in the boat while he was rowing it? Or did he utilise an unseen engine and PRETEND to be rowing? You'd be better off sticking to what you know. In other words, you'd be better off keeping schtum and letting people THINK you're stupid than venturing forth with your know-nowt crap and removing all doubt.[/p][/quote]I touched a raw nerve there didn't I. I know a cyclist who does 100 to 200 mile a week. He has a personal trainer and indoor rolling road. He enters races and does quite well. His wife on the other hand goes out running. He decided to do a half marathon with his wife last year. Poor sod had to hail a taxi half way as he couldn't continue. You can't free wheel down hill you see. His wife on the other hand finished no problem. So the moral is. Bike riders, lazy bstards, sat on their arses pretending its hard, quaffing in the pub saying, I did 200 mile this week, 50 mile yesterday etc etc. But they were sat on their arses whilst doing it, and free wheeling down hills. Lightweights. I'm glad you mentioned mr redgrave as well, because last time I looked you can't free wheel down hills on water either, bike riders, snigger. So next time you say to your buddies, I did 160km this weekend, consider half of it as being downhill and requiring no effort, just let gravity take its course Now you've just confirmed you too are a lightweight. I bet you even shave yer legs to go faster, oh the absurdity. Next you'll be saying you wear lycra uniforms as well. Enjoy KDG.[/p][/quote]Changing your name (and your sex) as frequently as you clearly do just confirms everyone's opinion that you are of exceptionally low I.Q. Cyclists 'freewheeling' downhill illustrates how know-nowt you are. How did the cyclist get UP the hill in the first place? Did someone CARRY him up there? This is typical of the deluded jealous no-marks who prefer to sit/stand on the sidelines jeering at something they manifestly can't do. And another pathetic know-nowt-ism over the reason cyclists 'shave their legs'. Anyone thinking this is to help them 'go faster' deserves all the contempt coming their way. And with you, there's going to be lots. And lots and lots.[/p][/quote]I like you Crispy, but you're a bit thick, I don't know why you're obsessed with sex changes, I changed my login name because I got banned thats all. And I always say I am Mrs.KDG., because I don't hide from anything. I stand by everything I've said. I've not got any issues and am allowed to shave my legs. You actually admitting to doing so and then going on about sex changes makes me worry for your parents. As I said before if a cyclist rides up a hill, he can freewheel down the other side, lazy exercise. Then you can go to work and say, I did 80 mile this morning. All whilst sat on my arse. Yawn Anybody would think its difficult to get up a hill, I'll let you in on a secret, weve been going up and down hills for years, its not new. I bet you wear lycra as well don't you? the uniform.[/p][/quote]They truly do walk amongst us. themink

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