How have you been getting on during isolation?
In the beginning iso was a big change for me, my work usually has me working in all sorts of locations but all of a sudden I felt like I needed to stay put. I feel much better now since I started to do more exercise outdoors.
I’ve been contemplating switching to cycling as a form of commuting to work for a few years now. Not only for environmental and health benefits, but also because it seemed quite selfish to drive a 5-seater vehicle with only one passenger if I could easily cover that distance pedalling.
However, the fear of being run over and being outside my comfort zone prevented me from making a move. Until recently. When I’ve finally decided enough is enough.
When and how did you get into bike riding?
So what made you choose the Harrier?
Is this your first singlespeed?
Yes it is my first one
Despite my initial reservations, my cycling confidence returned within hours and I attribute much of it to the simplicity of the BLVD. I guess that’s why there is a saying “it’s like riding a bike” – just got to find the right one.
How has the Harrier treated you?
Where has your Harrier taken you?
Do you have any other future adventures planned?
Keen to try longer routes one day like the one along the Botany Bay coast from Brighton-le-Sands down to Cronulla and then Kurnell. I actually have my eyes set on a road bike as well so I can tackle steeper and longer rides.
Finally, what advice would you give to those who have never been on a biking adventure or even a bike?