32 min

Cabin Fever Fables: Alan Brown and guests on cycling and stories Cabin Fever Fables

    • Arts

Keen cyclist Alan Brown, and author of the bikepacking book Overlander, reads a glorious forest passage from his book and tells us why he loves cycling – both off-road in the Highlands and in the city as a townie and commuter. He's joined by fellow long-distance cyclists and writers Helen Moat (author of A Time of Birds) and Chris Dolan, both of whom are returning to the podcast. Together they look at why we need to improve our cycling infrastructure and what would be the most important steps to take, and how to get back in the saddle if you haven't ridden for a long time. And they all describe the joys of being on a bike!

Keen cyclist Alan Brown, and author of the bikepacking book Overlander, reads a glorious forest passage from his book and tells us why he loves cycling – both off-road in the Highlands and in the city as a townie and commuter. He's joined by fellow long-distance cyclists and writers Helen Moat (author of A Time of Birds) and Chris Dolan, both of whom are returning to the podcast. Together they look at why we need to improve our cycling infrastructure and what would be the most important steps to take, and how to get back in the saddle if you haven't ridden for a long time. And they all describe the joys of being on a bike!

32 min

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