I have ridden maybe 1000 miles in mine with no rubbing. My thighs seem to have lost some weight though, so they are slightly baggy just above my knees. Perfect with leg warmers.
squats ftw probably
Except they both seem to have perished and not pressed the start button to continue. I will have to teach that one tomorrow
I ordered a MegaDrive mini thingy, anticipating the long haul indoors.
Teaching the kids Golden Axe > teaching them phonics
Cardboardale more like.
I used to live near Box Hill, and still work near there, so they were for that mainly. Then I moved near to Epping Forest, joined a running club, and started doing XC
A classic tale of boy meets hills / mud / fell running shoes
It was the one near Victoria station in London. I might be showing my age a bit there.....
Don't know if it is still there or not?
Ah it is still there - https://www.runandbecome.com/london
I went there and tried on every single pair of trail shoes they had once. Must have been there for 90 minutes!
Ended up with Walsh PBs - I'm on my fifth pair of them now. Great shop!
Online gait analysis in case you are REALLY bored at home
I do indeed. I has had two kid seats on it before, front and back. I even have a kid seat you can have with it - mine are too big now
PM me if you fancy a Specialized Hardrock 19" with a rear rack / Copilot Limo kid seat
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