There are worse commutes….

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Commuters along the Taff trail can count themselves lucky (me amongst them); there are worse commutes. Both images from Blackweir (Cardiff) this week.

Welcome to Cross

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This is a track cyclist….. He has everything to learn. It’s completely different from track cycling. Taken some 10 years before he was knighted, Bradley Wiggins times his crash perfectly. Fellow cyclo-crossers will… Continue reading

Clifton suspension bridge lasercut

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Originally posted on The Odoni-Elwell blog:
Clifton4 ► JavaScript required to play Clifton4. Looking through some old files, I strayed across this short AVI file we created for our Clifton suspension bridge lasercut.…

Making sense

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Standing astride my bike and looking across the Bristol Channel last night, I was reminded of what cycling – for me at least – is all about. It’s not about the bling and… Continue reading

Reason to cycle #15 – Sun dappled cycle lanes

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Is there anything more relaxing than an empty, sun-dappled cycle lane? Cruise slowly, see more. Cardiff city centre More in the series: Reasons to cycle #1 – Commuting, Reasons to cycle #2 - Views, Reasons to cycle… Continue reading

Aqua Angle cycle art

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Nice work from Linda Appleart. Linda’s work can be seen and bought here.

Island in the sky

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Island in the Sky from Christoph Malin on Vimeo. ‘Island in the sky’ Stunning imagery of La Palma filmed by bike guide and hiker, Christoph Malin. If this doesn’t make you want to… Continue reading

Riding through Valhalla

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I started up the side of the mountain. Road gave way to path, ride gave way to run. The bike was hoisted onto shoulder.  I could feel the  wind slowly picking up, gathering… Continue reading

Keeping connected

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There was a time before mobiles. A time of being incommunicado. Catching up with people on return. Forgetting the milk with no reminders. That time is long past. I spotted these commuters at… Continue reading

Less fun more riding

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Less fun more riding daddy. <pause> eh? Less fun more riding daddy. You’re talking too much. I wasn’t prepared for this exchange and it brought a grin, a mile wide. Less fun? More… Continue reading