On ya bike!16:56:00
I hate to feel forced into keeping fit, if my track record has proven anything is that I need to do exercise when I don't realise I am. When I say exercise when I don't realise, a prime love of mine is cycling; out in the fresh air but you don't often know you're exercising. You can do your day to day tasks, cycle to work, cycle out for a picnic...the list goes on and you're keeping fit = winner.
I've previously blogged about my love for cycling but I figured I'm looking for some needed inspiration so I'm hoping to take you along with me.
Firstly cycling has many benefits but one major one is that it's low impact, meaning it is a fantastic exercise for beginners right the way through to experts. With regards to this post I'm not say you need to be the next Bradley Wiggins or the next Mark Cavendish, I'm talking about cycling for the love of the activity and today I'm listing the bikes for ladies who want a fashionable push bike.
I have a wonderful bicycle called Gertie, I bought her last year off a market stall and have thoroughly enjoyed riding her to work, to my friends, to the shops and so on. She was £70.00 and to be honest it is the best money I've ever spent. You'll have noticed some bikes out in the shops are quite pricey so I've listed a mixture below - but each one is amazing in its own way.
"If you like leather satchels, Mackintoshes, Moleskine notebooks and Box Brownie cameras, this is the Bobbin for you. This beautiful, simple looped frame bicycle is designed for women who want a classic bike that can handle a few hills"