I was curious how it works … Relive. So I tried it once during a commuting ride. Click on the picture for an impression.
Last month I realized that despite the medication I continued to have high blood pressure. At the same time, I also experienced the disadvantages of this medication (side effects). So I decided to use the best medicine I used before in my life … CYCLING !For that I had to make a rigorous decision …Continue reading “I now have a different employer …”
Today I have experienced that there are still good honest and nice cyclists in the world …
Marjan participated in the climate march in Middelburg (in the pouring rain) March 15, 2019 photo GeTe
They participated in the Dutch championship Headwind Cycling 2018.
While I was working on the many photos I made at the Dutch Championships Headwindcycling, one of my external hard discs crashed … It proves how important it is not to rely on just one memory! I didn’t lose any photos, but I have to do all the post-processing once more … Fortunately, I’m justContinue reading “hard disc crashed … !@#$%^&*”
4 years ago it was like this ….. just plain simple Dutch bicycles and a strong headwind !
The weather was nice today. That’s why I decided to take my velomobile out of the cobwebs and see what it takes to get it “up and running”. The fastest way is to pump up the tires, get in the velomobile and cycle around Walcheren. and then see what’s going wrong …. Continue reading “first ride in my Quest-velomobile since a long, long time …”
I took my old faithful Zephyr out of the shed and sprayed all the cobwebs off. The frame is made of stainless steel, the last one that Danny Siepman had made before he moved out of Colijnsplaat. details about the history and the many shapes of this bike can be found on this oldContinue reading “Zephyr”
velomobiles are future ! rain lowers speed but increases the feeling of comfort for cyclists …
I visited Cycle Vision and made some pictures …
Today is World Bicycle Day ! #June3WorldBicycleDay
I spoke with him only a few times, but I learned a lot. Mike Burrows