Cycling to work: My experience and some tips

Cycling to work

I can’t believe it, it’s been over 4 weeks since I started cycling to work! This is not something I decided to do out of pleasure, the route to work couldn’t excite me less. This is something I started doing out of need and convenience, just to make my life easier and to save time. […]

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The Best Health and Fitness Apps of 2016

fitness app

If you don’t know your sat-fats from your superfoods, it can be hard to know where to start. Many people weren’t lucky enough to be raised by health-conscious parents, and the world of health and exercise can seem like a mystery when you are just starting to learn. The easiest way to take the pain […]

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Walking in Peak District: Thorpe to Dovedale

Reynard’s Cave and a natural arch

When the weather is nice there is nothing more than I like doing than spending time outdoors – walking in nature and cycling are two of my favourite outdoor activities. I love walking in Peak District and at the weekend me and my fiancé made use of a good weather and visited Dovedale, a valley in southern Peak District, close to Ashbourne […]

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Cycling essentials for comfort and safety

road- cycling essentials

Want to get into cycling this year but not sure what exactly you need to get started, well apart from the bike? Or maybe you just need a little reminder of the cycling essentials which keep you comfortable and safe on the road? Either way, Halfords have created a handy infographic with essentials for year around cycling. […]

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National Fitness Day: Let’s get moving!

National Fitness Day

This is just a quick post to let you know about National Fitness Day, the biggest and most visible annual celebration of physical activity of the year. It’s happening this Wednesday and many health clubs, gyms and leisure centres will open their doors to non-members, offering free sessions and classes.  How to get involved Whether you […]

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Climbing Vrsic Pass, the highest mountain pass in Slovenia

Vrsic Pass - on top

If you want to put your cycling abilities to test you should definitely try climbing Vršič Pass, the highest paved mountain pass in Slovenia. The Vrsic Pass ascent is something that every cyclist should try at least once in their lifetime, they say in Slovenia.. It’s something that I wanted to do for a long time and this summer I finally […]

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Active holidays in Slovenia (with the video)

Zelenci

Me and my boyfriend have recently visited Slovenia, my home country, and we spent a week in the Gorenjska region in the north, hiking and cycling. I got reminded of the beauty of Slovenia and its mountains, indescribable beauty which I miss dearly when I am in England. Luckily I managed to capture the highlights […]

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Cycling in Mallorca

Towards Cap de Formentor

If you love cycling you will love Mallorca. Mallorca is a cyclist’s paradise and this is due to several reasons, one of them being the weather – it has 300 days of sunshine a year! Another reason is the landscape which is really diverse – you will find rolling low hills, a pan-flat plain, and a mountain range. […]

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