puredeluxelowstep_peacockIsn’t this a beautiful bike? It is the Trek Pure Lowstep, and you will note that the pedal has a forward design so that all your foot has to do to touch the ground is just to step down without leaving the seat. This is a “flatfoot” Townie bike and can be used on different terrains. Ahhhhh, it feels good and I will be purchasing this in early March. It is a little late in the year for a new bike, but I haven’t forgotten the bike lesson from a few months ago. Before I wound up in the walking cast (unrelated incident).

Remember that I did not learn how to ride as a child, so I am a ** year old novice. Is there something BEFORE a novice? If there is, then I am that. So what to do throughout the winter to gain endurance and to lose weight? I am a member of a wonderful fitness club with great personal trainers, and they have these “easy” little classes called Spin-Cycling. This is, basically, a very intensive class in indoor cycling, and as long as I am patient and don’t push myself further than I should, it will take care of my endurance problem.

At least it gets me exercising ๐Ÿ™‚


3 thoughts on “Pure….love

  1. Mrs. Mutton says:

    That is a *beauty.* I think I will look into something like that…maybe…considering that I would have to be travelling up hill and down dale, over some rural terrain as well as city roads with *no* bike path…

    I’m thinking that if you got yourself a stationary bike for your apartment, you could embroider while cycling. I know, I’m very bad. ;->

  2. Catrin says:

    Nahhhh, it gets me outside ๐Ÿ™‚ Right now the fitness club membership is doing me a great deal of good and I am thankful for that. The problem with home exercise equipment is that it all becomes expensive dust bunnies…

    Yah know, a nice hybrid bike would be good as well ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Mimi says:

    Wow, that is beautiful! I love it!

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