Thanks to the Bicycle Garage, Lilyfield, for the wicked, new season, race kit. Not only does it feel fast and look the goods, but a special order in women’s sizing was too good to pass up. I wrote a column for the current issue of Enduro Mag talking about the secret training rides I’ve been doing with the BG crew. In said column, I mentioned how good my original jersey made me feel, and that I’d probably still wear it if I was rubbish. While this still holds true, there’s always something extra excellent about a snug fitting jersey that stays in place on fast descents and breathes easily in the summertime, and knicks so comfortable you feel like you can ride in them all day. Speaking of which, it is currently the middle of winter in Sydney and today’s balmy weather meant there were no leg warmers in sight. No wonder we look so happy!
Microblog via Instagram (@bicksnpieces)
Join our research team tomorrow as we showcase some recent and ongoing projects, the cognitive ecologies framework we use and the microethnographic method we love.
Got out of the city and into the bush, felt the wind, smelt the trees, remembered how to mountain bike, revelled in the feeling of letting loose on descents and picking fun lines on the fly. Appreciated every second so, so much.
Bunch rides, pavement picnics and hearing story after story about the last 3-4 months. Everything old is new again and it feels just wonderful.
What kinds of things do you notice in the contexts your expertise is tightly attuned to? How is this different to what people unfamiliar with a skilled practice might notice in the same situation? How can we study, train and learn from expert types of noticing?
Celebrating the end of lockdown with laughter, gratitude and a shared evening meal.💗🐾
A morning full of magic moments riding in and through the fog.
Highlights from this year's Rapha Women's 100. Mmmmmm coffee. Mmmmmm snacks!! The riding was super fun too!