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The Unappealing Facts about Cycling and How I Carry on Despite Their Existence

I recently had a real overarching conversation about cycling with a fellow workout enthusiast. Initially I thought she of all people would be convinced to become a female cyclist like myself. I mean, besides the fact that it is a workout, there is a whole lot of underrated benefits cycling has to offer. It comes with hitting not just two but a zillion birds with one stone, which I definitely have to post about, later, with a Ugandan Girl perspective So yes, in my mind I actually thought, “She will quickly get on board as I excitedly go about them … Continue reading The Unappealing Facts about Cycling and How I Carry on Despite Their Existence

Cycling to Deliver Food For DoorDash: Experience of a Ugandan girl in Canada

If you had told me last year, that I would be trying to make money delivering food , on a freaking bicycle, I would have probably called you crazy. But I guess that’s the beauty about life – VERY UNPREDICTABLE!!!! It’s one thing moving to a new country where you literally have no family or friends, but it’s a whole other thing doing so, right at the dawn of a world-wide pandemic. Today’s post is not about Brenda’s cycling experiences in Kampala, but mine – a once Kampala girl but currently in Vancouver. My name is Bridget and I came … Continue reading Cycling to Deliver Food For DoorDash: Experience of a Ugandan girl in Canada

Being a Female Cyclist in Kampala: The Treatment and Gestures From Onlookers

In my previous post, I shared some of the many comments I have got while I ride through Kampala. Amidst blurting out all sorts of comments, some people have gone on to be practical in expressing their shock on seeing me, a woman, ride a bicycle. In this post – without going about introducing to you the unfair treatments women have had to endure from history, I will get right to what brought you here 😀 1. Staring You ever heard the phrase “staring is rude!” Well it surely is! And when it is done to you without being in … Continue reading Being a Female Cyclist in Kampala: The Treatment and Gestures From Onlookers

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