About Michèle Linton-Sinclair
I am a sexagenarian pescatarian cyclist who suffers from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) and Pulmonary Sarcoidosis which means I have only 60% lung capacity. I also have a hand and leg injury. I was unable to cycle for 12 years and only returned back in 2018. All the above affect my cycling but no longer stop or define me and I was advised to cycle by my specialist. I like to get away to different places to cycle and am inspired by art, nature and the scenery I see while cycling. I also take part in challenges to raise money for various charities.I have also been described by Simon Richardson of Cycling Weekly as a one woman promotions machine for cycling in Scotland. Through my photography cycling journeys.
I am now starting to record the occasional journey in video.youtube.com/@SwampyDuckRidesAgain3636
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