2022 Cycling and Cow Calendars – My Cycling Challenge

2022 Cycling and Cow Calendars – My Cycling Challenge


Busy doing your Christmas shopping? Looking for a 2022 cycling or cow calendar? Well, look no further. For obvious reasons the majority of my cycling was local this year, so I’ve made only two calendars for 2022: A cycling calendar and a cows calendar. Moo!

There is only one size this year: (11 x 8.5 in / 279 x 216 mm)
Price: $10.99, or €9.39 or a similar amount in other currencies. Global delivery is reliable.

Lulu.com, the publisher, sometimes has coupon codes available to lower the price. Use google to search for a coupon code in your geography. For example, LKAB317CD gave me 10% of my order today.

A few quick points:

  1. All photos were taken by me in the past 12 months.
  2. I am making no money from this. The price is just what is charged by the printing company.
  3. I am not (even remotely) a professional photographer. All the photos are taken using a decent portable digital camera. But the quality of the photos has turned out OK. This is just for fun.
  4. I have chosen a printing company that is inexpensive and has global delivery options – I have used them the last 10 years, selling a few hundred calendars each year- and people seem quite satisfied with the print quality. Orders are placed directly with Lulu.

Each calendar has 14 photos: a cover, a back page, and one for each month. You can preview all photos in the slide shows below.

#1 – 2022 Cycling Calendar:

To Order Click HERE.

If you want to see what the calendar looks like, click on these links to two PDF files of the Calendar:
1. The front and back pages incl. December
2. January to November
– it’s a big file. may be slow to load.

Photos used in the calendar:

#2 – 2022 Cows Calendar:

If you want to see what the calendar looks like, click on these links to two PDF files of the Cow Calendar:
1. The front and back pages incl. December
2. January to November
– it’s a big file. may be slow to load.

To Order Click HERE.

Photos used in the calendar:



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