Category: <span>Cycling</span>

Nice and steady, left some in my legs to get up the hills on the way home 🙂

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 7.44 mi
  • Duration: 00:32:50

Cycling Health

Comments closed

One mental dog to contend with but nice dry ride to work!

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 7.66 mi
  • Duration: 00:30:41

Cycling Health

Comments closed

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 4.62 mi
  • Duration: 00:20:00

Cycling Health

Comments closed

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 6.34 mi
  • Duration: 00:26:01

Cycling Health

Comments closed

Nice and steady, getting Kirsty used to her new bike

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 5.1 mi
  • Duration: 00:28:49

Cycling Health

Comments closed

  • Activity: Cycling
  • Distance: 9.38 mi
  • Duration: 00:40:45

Cycling Health

Comments closed

April?

APRIL!

What the…

How does this happen?!

Anyway, life continues apace (it seems). Holidays are being booked, cars being pondered, and still in the background a website remains unfinished. Must. Get. It. Done.

Weight continues to fluctuate, the last two weeks I’ve been ill (again) and as the course of antibiotics finishes I’m getting back on track, and back on my bike. Need to get rid of 5kg ASAP!

I know I work best when I have a goal so my first is a 50-mile pootle along the Forth & Clyde canal on the 20th May. Plan is to cycle to work a few times, and hopefully fit in a couple of weekend cycles from Glasgow to Balloch as well to get my legs moving. Add in a few games of basketball, the occasional game of badminton and I should be back on track in no time.

Cycling Health Life

Comments closed

At the start of Cycle Glasgow 2011, originally uploaded by Gordon.

http://www.justgiving.com/gordonmclean

Last year I agreed to take part in the Glasgow to Edinburgh cycle (mostly because my mate was nagging me to do it). I didn’t own a bike but it sounded fun.

Then, early this year as you all know, my Mum had a stroke. She’s been through a life changing experience and is battling through the other side. It has changed her life, my Dad’s life (himself a heart attack survivor) and made me realise that you only get one shot at this thing called life.

Your donation will help further the research in these areas, lessen the risk for us all, and better support the survivors, people like my Mum and Dad.

I’m 60% of the way towards my target, you can help! http://www.justgiving.com/gordonmclean

The cycle takes place on the 11th September and, because I’m a big geek, I’ve setup a separate Twitter account which tracks my ‘training’ and will update throughout the cycle in September.

Cycling Health