Reasons to cycle #26 – Climbing up, heading down

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Ride your bike, up a hill. Contemplate the huge sky. Admire the sun. Bounce down and do it all again. It’s why we ride. Right?

Location: Garth Mountain, North of Cardiff, Easter Monday 2015. Rider: Craig Standage

 

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More in the series: Reasons to cycle #1 – CommutingReasons to cycle #2 – ViewsReasons to cycle #3 – Early morning re-animationReasons to cycle #4 – Moorland moodsReasons to cycle #5 – Empty evening trailsReasons to cycle #6 – Picking up on thingsReasons to cycle #7 – Coastal roadsReasons to cycle #8 – Avoiding busy roadsReasons to cycle #9 – Watching the world go byReasons to cycle #10 – Urban explorationReasons to cycle #11 – Pint sized opportunitiesReasons to cycle # 12 – Head for the beachReasons to cycle #13 – The liberation of windy hilltopsReasons to cycle #14 – Camaraderie Reasons to cycle #15 – Sun dappled cycle lanesReasons to cycle #16 – Destinations, Reasons to cycle #17 – Café stops,Reasons to cycle # 18 – Seeing things from a new angle.Reasons to cycle #19 – Big SkiesReasons to cycle #20 – Floating above it allReasons to cycle #21 – Hidden meadowsReasons to cycle #22 – Winter sun. Reasons to cycle #23 – learn new skills, Reasons to cycle #24 – mates

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