About this site
Like the most of us, I was put on a bicycle at a very young age and it has been since then my favorite way of transportation. More recently, in 2017, I was pulled into road cycling by my brother in law with a 40km ride that I will never forget (nor will my legs :p). Since then I slowly started to pratice more and more until April 2020 when I bought a smart trainer along with a Zwift subscription (see My virtual bike setup) which took the thing up to another level…
Beside cycling, I also love nature. I was raised close to a forest where I use to go very often to walk around and climb in the trees. When looking back, I really enjoyed it. Beside I was also passionate about animals, especially wild ones, and spent countless hours reading books and magazines, contemplating the marvelous work of mother nature. Later on, as a teenager, I even had envisaged to become a veterinary at some point…
This site is an attempt to share my passion for riding bikes with the hope that I could also try to do something about nature and the future of our planet in general. I strongly believe that we owe that to the future generations…
My attempt might not be a lot but I am a strong believer that small streams can become rivers… and it has to start somewhere so here we are! 😉
This month (April’21), I set myself a challenge « LeJog » associated to a fundraising to help save a forest in order raise awareness and contribute to a real project.
- LeJog Day#27 Arrival at John o’ GreatsAnd finally after another later ride the same day, here I am at John o’ Greats after a total of 1744 kilometers […]
- LeJog Day#27 Castle Sinclair Girngoe21 kilometers left until arrival, almost there but my morning’s schedule didn’t allow me for more. Still I had time to quickly […]
- LeJog Day#26 Dunrobin CastleToday I rode for another 42 kilometers and passed by Dunrobin Castle from where I sent a quick postcard (see below). With […]
- LeJog Day#25 – 126km left till the endAnother day has passed, today I went outside to do my daily mileage counting toward the virtual challenge. Added 120 kilometers to […]
- LeJog Day#24 Loch NessAnother 75 kilometers added to the journey today which brings the total to 1497 kilometers, I can almost see the end of […]
- LeJog Day#23 Cairngorms National ParkToday I entered Cairngorms National Park and rode for about 70 kilometers reaching the 80% barrier of my total journey, meaning I […]
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