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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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Pyrenees Challenge - Autumn
Just returned from having a fantastic time completing the VeloRoo Pyrenees Challenge with Steve and Julia. Thanks Julia for your help with my pre and post planning as all worked out well.
As for the VeloRoo portion, the bike supplied was great and set to my measurments with only a little onsite tweaking required.
The accommodation and meals in the Pyrenees were great - traditional regional dishes and plenty of it. On the tour were 4 other like miinded riders from the US, Taiwan and UK and thanks to Steve and Neil (ride guide) we all hit off and had a great time.
The riding - the Tourmalet, Luz Ardiden, Pont d'Espagne, Cols de Tente, Soulor and Aubisque were all brilliant to ride. It was very satsifying to look down at the road travelled once the top had been reach. Steve's singing and local knowledge added to each day and Neil's pro cycling background provided another level of insight to the region and simply capped off the experience.
Thanks guys and look forward to completing another VeloRoo Tour soon.Took Pyrénées Iconic Climbs Challenge in Oct 2019
Riding with Steve as a tour guide made the difference. As a group of three MAMIL's, we booked two days of riding with Steve ... Having Steve as a tour guide significantly improved the whole experience from the distance covered, the speed, the hills, the countryside, the views and, of course, the cafes and restaurants!
Steve is a top bloke for both having a laugh and learning from so in conclusion; lots of exercise, lots of fun and a quality bike ..... hassle free and worth every penny.Took Guided Day Rides in France in May 2017