Choosing the next small-wheel vehicle
Just before Christmas I was given a folding bike. One of my reasons for getting the Dahon Piccolo was so that I could take it on a train to somewhere on the Yorkshire Coast Line and do one or two short cycle rides. The idea was that I could get to places a bit too far to reach on a day ride, such as Hunmanby north of Bridlington, but that provide scenic loops once you get there.
Well, the weather put the kibosh on those plans, and I haven't even ridden the Dahon yet. Maybe the week after next. Oh, and yet another series of events has meant that any plans I had for cycling during the Easter holidays will have to be put on hold. And yet these events have forced me to start looking at another range of small-wheel vehicles, doing more research outside my comfort zone.
Can you guess what it is yet...?
April 27th is the date we have been given for the arrival of baby Bailey (our first). We don't know whether it is a boy or a girl. And we haven't got a name yet. I really should be glossing the nursery door instead of writing this, but I thought I'd mention it now so as to explain why I might not be able to make day or weekend rides later this year. Plus I took that photograph in Mothercare yesterday and I wanted to squeeze it in somehow, somewhere in a post.
Quick-release pram wheels, eh? Whatever next?