Miscellaneous wrote:Had a call from and old school mate last week. He's delivering for Halfords and tells me the trucks are full of already sold bikes enroute their new owners.
Should be plenty nearly new second hand bargains available when this is all over.
Maybe it's time I dragged the bike out, blew up the tyres and gave it a go. Bit hilly though!
If you have not already done so, try a decent e-bike - hills and headwinds will hold no fear.
Ignore the naysayers, you will love it.
My e-hybrid has six selectable settings, from zero to +300% available assistance, delivered as a multiplication of rider effort up to max 250W. I tend to pedal with the assist set at zero (or occasionally +50%) for much of a ride on the flat, and only ask it for more help when I want it.