- Has Cycling hurt your career?
Actually since cycling became the new golf a lot of my customers ring for a chat and it helps business, the boss thinks that sort of relationship is priceless.Posted 4 years ago
I’m in the electrical and building trade, taking customers to the bike show would have been unheard of a few years back.WaderiderMember
Nice thread topic.
I started mountain biking in 1989 aged sixteen. My cycling mileage finally settled to normal (less than hundreds of miles per week) in May this year. I graduated last September aged 39 and got a career.
Trying to work out how to reinstate my mileage. I’ll let you know.Posted 4 years agoTooTallMember
One of the best definitions I’ve seen for career was ‘rapidly downhill out of control’ – which fitted my work and cycling very well.
Work life balance. You can love your work, but work to live, not live to work. If you go into work on a Monday morning fully rested, you’ve wasted the weekend!Posted 4 years agocloudnineSubscriber
Its surfing that led to a misspent youth, teens, twenties. Now have a pretty boring job that im stuck in for at least another year. Im slowly moving to bikes more as i dont know how many more years my back will stand up to surfing. God i wish i could retire tomorrow… have you seen the surf forecast!Posted 4 years agocheshirecatSubscriber
Having been very overweight 10 years ago, and now having lost 5 stone thanks in part to taking up cycling (and living a healthier lifestyle), I suspect cycling has helped me in ways more important than my career.
I have a well paid, responsible job, but I have no ambition, as this would eat into exercise and family time. I plan meetings around bike rides, so I guess it does affect my career, but I don’t care.Posted 4 years ago
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