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Where to begin?

What is it about cycling that makes it such a good tool to use for those of us whose minds play games with them on a regular basis? I can only give my opinion and experiences, so here goes. When I was first ill, I felt pinned in my house. Why? I w...

Changes.

Regular followers of Riding2Recovery will know that there are three main people who help me balance my world and make sense of it. They are my partner Michele, my therapist and my doctor. They all play different but equally important roles and the...

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Light and dark.

It’s now autumn. I know this from the abundance of colour that stares me in the face as I ride. Red, yellow, gold, green, brown, it’s a visual feast heralding the onset of another winter. Recently, my mind has been absorbing things like a sponge. ...

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Abandon ship!

I initially thought that I wouldn’t write about abandoning this year’s tour. But then I realised that to do that would be against everything this blog stands for. After all, the purpose of my writing is to encourage people to live within their con...

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Sunshine and showers.

The sun is peeping over my house. Shining through my window like a beacon of hope, its energy and the bright light it provides fills me like a rechargeable battery. I want to get out and cycle but I have yet another appointment that requires me to...