We had a nice small family Christmas day this year which didn’t get too silly with food. I had been in charge of making the chocolate log – the recipe I used said ‘serves 8′ but I was dubious, so I doubled all the quantities. The swiss roll base went into the oven – and… Read More
Yesterday, myself and missus recumbentcyclistuk discovered that the relentless rain had stopped and this weird yellow ball had appeared in the sky (I can’t quite remember what it’s called, I have some very hazy distant memories of seeing it before). So we jumped on the tandem and went for a 40 mile ride. Man, it… Read More
Fellow recumbent tandem riders Cliff and Susan are currently cycling across America from Florida to San Diego on their Nazca Quetzal and writing a very entertaining and informative blog as they go. Check it out! https://rollingrolling.wordpress.com/
A nice 2 hour ride up the valley to the top of the Granites and back. Sun, wind, rain and everything in between!
Yesterday, me and my wife took a day away from the kids to tandem round the Isle of Arran on our Nazca Quetzal. The previous night, we prepared everything for the day including folding and packing the tandem into the back of the car. It’s amazing to cram such a massive bike into a standard… Read More
I was spurred into action by our recent participation in the Tour de Lauder Sportive on the Quetzal and got my detailed review of the bike finished and posted at long last. You can read it here: https://recumbentcyclist.co.uk/bikes-i-ride/nazca-quetzal/
Post man flu recovery ride – I managed 10 miles up the valley on the Fuego in the dark last night. I always love cycling the narrow country roads in the dark, and 2 days confined to the house had left me with cabin fever. I had a close encounter with a barn owl –… Read More