Discussion in 'Commuting and Utility Cycling' started by alecstilleyedye, 18 Aug 2012.
Just under 20 miles each way, 5 days a week.
It's costing me a small fortune in fig rolls.
That must be costing you a small fortune in toilet paper.
Mine's still the same as it's been for about 6 years, about 18.5 miles each way for 5 days a week, and with lots of hill climbing. I'm so used to it now, though, that I don't eat more to compensate.
I need to get to the stage where I don't feel the need to eat more, it's been just under a year this stint of commuting, not there yet, but getting better.
You can tell, just by looking at your picture.
Another change of job means I will be going from a 25 mile each way drive (on unsafe to cycle, IMO, roads) to a 0.9 mile cycle commute! Looking forward to not wasting 90 minutes per day just getting to and from work, not to mention the stress and expense involved.
I can't be arsed to go to work, so I don't have a commute.
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