Cycle art – Retro love

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My Carlton lying on a bed of grass. What a tease :) Cycle art by me.

Abandoned Part 33

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Another dollar, another day. Lookin’ along the sidewalk I stumbled across a John Doe lying prone. From 30 feet away he looked like a lot of class. From 10 feet away he looked… Continue reading

Distractions

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Nash point Lighthouse. “Far from the madding crowd” There are a lot of distractions at the moment. Some good. Others  far less so. The Sun rose steadily in a cool Late August sky,… Continue reading

Trail obstacles – The Self fulfilling prophecy

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  A few years ago, we were out riding a stretch of woodland. Twisty, turny, rooty. You know the type of thing. Well I knew this particular trail better than anyone having run… Continue reading

The Mercx

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I love this image. John – on a brief interlude in the big smoke ahead of a trip to China – spotted this bright orange Mercx tethered to a lampost in London. Bright,… Continue reading

Fearsome descent

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That’s not steep. That’s vertiginous. The natural habitat of the armoured downhiller. I am not a downhiller and I’m barely armoured. Grip the bars. Sweat. Ride on. Berms? I know berms. But not… Continue reading

Cycle art – Velocipede

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Velocipede by Cucumber Cake. Poster available to purchase via Deviant art.

Haydn Ellis building

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Another beautiful morning, another lovely ride and another interesting building, just shouting out for black and white assessment (a building that also advises its cycle users well – see the only colour image at… Continue reading

Hills not mountains

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I’ve been fortunate enough to fly over Everest. See snow, spindrift into the high troposphere. Walk the Annapurna. Push past 5000m. I’ve run up Bens and Munroes in Scotland. Marvelled at the razor… Continue reading

Cycle art – Keep your balance

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Balance. Easy to say, hard to achieve. Cycle art via bloghomesense.com