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Monday Morning Funny!

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We thought that we would offer something funny, well we thought it was funny, to brighten up your Monday.

This video has come from the blog site veloaficionado, whose creator is a humble, quiet, but very strong cyclist. His name is Robert Cobcroft.

He is a very entertaining and informative writer who has a massive amount of cycling experience. He is selective about his content, and approaches his blog articles from a somewhat different angle, giving you a view that makes his topics interesting and very readable.

A summary of Roberts article about the below video says that the producer, Allen Krughoff, wrote, filmed and produced the clip in two days!!

We hope you enjoy your first Monday funny, whether you have heard a cyclist say this during your ride, said it yourself, or been out on your early morning walk and had your peace and quiet broken by a peleton going past, and wondered what the hell they were yabbering about!

Click here to link to the video – its only 2 minutes long!

Thanks Robert in advance for the link !

Live, Laugh, Ride

Steve
VeloRoo.

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We were welcomed off the train by Julia & Steve and made to feel relaxed and well looked after from the very beginning. B&B VeloRoo chose for our stay was outstanding with the most yummy breakfasts & on occasion dinner. Made us feel like we were visiting old friends. The bikes were Cannondale and in very good condition. I needed my own seat fitted and some other changes nothing was to much trouble for Steve who not only was our ride leader but also a great bike mechanic. Our ride kits were cleaned daily by Julia whom also had the Sag Wagon ready if any of us needed a breather. The rides were picturesque with interesting facts thrown in along the way. The trips are tailored to each riders skills so no problem recommending this tour to all levels. We chose the wine and cheese tour, the meals were gourmet and the wine lovely and plenty. Would not hesitate in recommending VeloRoo to anyone wanting a well organised ride with the comforts of life added in.Took South of France Cycling Tour in Sept 2018
Had a great cycling experience around St Genies de Fontedit with Steve and Julia, the vendange tour I can recommend to any rider from any where. They are great hosts with plenty of local knowledge and knowledge of food and wine. The arranged accommodation was fantastic. The bikes are excellent to ride and would recommend for hiring if desired. The riding kit provided by Veloroo was excellent and all required to bring was riding shoes and pedals. For me this vendange tour was a 6 out of 5. The group dynamics (7 people)was great and made 8 new friends including Steve and Julia.Took South of France Cycling Tour in Sept 2018