In Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown, I’ve wheelied over 17km. Not all at once, though.
Over three months, I’ve spent 90 minutes with my front wheel raised. I’d like to keep it up, but as lockdown has gradually relaxed, and routines have changed, so have I landed the wheelie project, for now.
Read the full article over on Medium at The Lockdown Wheelie Project, Part 3.
I now have an AI coach for my wheelie project. Coach has seen over 1,500 of my wheelies, and reckons they can tell pretty quickly whether my effort will be wheelie good or bad. Coach also fits on my phone, so they come on rides when I want real-time advice.
Read the full article over on Medium at The Lockdown Wheelie Project, Part 2.
“It’s Strava for wheelies,” my lockdown project, combining hyper-local exercise with data analytics to track and guide improvement. Practising wheelies is a great way to stay positive; after all, it’s looking up, moving forward.
Read the full write-up over on Medium at The Lockdown Wheelie Project.