Today I tested out a new concept – a history walk where participants are encouraged to discuss their local knowledge.
We’re now 8 weeks in to the running club and the enthusiasm continues to grow each week.
Find out why its so popular.
A personal trial to discover the feasibility of collating deaf friendly activities around the Leeds area.
Our first visit to a Futsal-themed coaching session for deaf and hearing-impaired children.
Sat in the public gallery of the Leeds Health & Wellbeing Board meeting.
Our second Leeds Deaf Children’s Workshop with Deaf Jam Fitness.
The inaugural run of the Wellington Pacers.
Our regular Deaf Jam Fitness dance class fro Leeds Deaf Children gets under way.
Great workshop meeting a real inspiration for the families.
An epic challenge to support Leeds Deaf Children’s Society
Completed my month long / 480 miles running challenge, raising £1,600 for Leeds Deaf Children’s Society.
Lunchtime cycle ride commissioned by Kirkstall Forge.
Great day at Let’s Ride Leeds 2018 – consistently busy the whole way around and lots of positivity for Love to Ride Cycle September.
A few thoughts on how to start a route with history details.
Once again, our fantastic core team of 9 volunteer folk pulled off an awesome curated Farsley Festival day for thousands.
Finally finding the opportunity to complete a Sweat Pledge.
A little trip to test cycle commuting to the new development – Kirkstall Forge.
My introduction upon joining the Love to Ride team.
A round-up of a year full of randomness.
Views of being a Run Leader after a few months.
Truly getting in to the spirit of the Leeds Night Light.
Taking Jason and Peter on their Sweat Pledges to cycle to the coast from Leeds.
I joined my son’s school trip to the beach – they went by bus, I cycled 150 miles to show the possibilities to the children.
I rolled up a number of challenges throughout 2016, combining cycling with running.
Returning for a second year…spin spin spin!
My first chance to give a little back to the Leeds Children’s Hospital Appeal…though seven weeks before the event I ended up with broken bones and stitches. Did I manage it?
My first custom challenge. This began with cycling solo from Leeds to London in a single day. The next day take part in the 100km London Nightrider event finally cycling home a day later.
Rocking my second charity ride – this time taking the twist of it being over-night!
This was my first charity challenge.
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