by Cyclist Yoni, rides Brompton, Gravel and MTB 📏Distance: 15-20 miles ⏱️ Duration: 1:35-2 hours 🚴 Difficulty: intermediate 🚲 Terrain: Road/Uneven A wise man named Tony once told me “I don’t know why everyone moans about the weather in England, if you don’t like it – the next day you get something else.” And indeed, a sunless morning turned a North London cycling route to a soaking experience, but for the sake of Cyclondon Blog, we’ve decided to go on with the intermediate hilly adventure. A quick (1:30-2h) circular route which will get your quadriceps toned.
by Cyclist Yoni, rides Brompton, Gravel and MTB When we started Cyclondon, the vision was to have a fun cycling blog. Our secondary aim is to help newbie cyclists getting comfortable with cycling and to write posts which veteran cyclists can enjoy too. While Coronavirus forced a cycle-frenzy in the UK, we decided this blog would be aimed not just at Londoners (despite its name), and not only for sharing and suggesting routes. We believe that posting cycling gear reviews, is equally important. Currently, the writing staff is still thin, nor do we have major cycling brands standing in line….
by Cyclist Yoni., rides Brompton, Gravel and MTB 📏Distance: 15 miles ⏱️ Duration: 1:15-1:40 hours 🚴 Difficulty: beginner-intermediate 🚲 Terrain: Road/Uneven As one of our suggested routes to start off our Cyclondon Blog, I’ve decided to go with an easy and relatively flat cycling route in London, that combines roads and uneven pavement.
by the Londoner The problem with Facebook groups is that there are too many of them. Finding a group of serious people for cycling in London is hard, finding one that wants to actually meet up outside the virtual world is even harder! The Londoner has found such one: Rides on Bromptons: London Brompton Club Group is a set of wonderful people who meet up in the UK and do what they like to do best: Ride. On Bromptons. Mainly.
by the Londoner 📏Distance: 12.5 miles ⏱️ Duration: 1:00-1:20 hours 🚴 Difficulty: Intermediate 🚲 Terrain: Road As promised, the Londoner is taking off his gloves, or rather puts on his riding gloves and, equipped with his Brompton Bike, will take you on a more challenging cycling route in London.