Since last winter I had planned a number of epic rides for 2018, only for them all to have failed one way or another. But before we ended up with our epic ride: Coventry to Holland, there were a number of events and rides being planned for this year. The first was London to Paris ride for Myton Hospice, was a friend who asked if I could join and be a riding mechanic for their group.
Since helping out back at Yellow Jersey Delivery (YJD) seems to be working out well for me and for YJD, they have asked me to be regular postie for a few hours each week.
This works well for me as it gives me an avenue to ride during the day and still have time to manage eZo Cycle.
Post day 4, heading into the weekend the weather began to warm up a little, but also turned wetter. This morning’s ride turned out to be a long wet one. I don’t mind rain per say, but working as a postie meant letters needed to stay dry, which can be difficult as hands are either exposed (becoming wet and cold) or dry in a pair of weather proof gloves but letters still get wet from the wet glove outer. Plus the inconvenience of grip from the gloves means