Cycling activities – Coryton this Saturday

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JIF kids in the Coryton yard Well….if you’re at a loose end this Saturday, I’m organising a few bits and bobs for the Coryton cycling festival Coryton School fête :) The School fête  will… Continue reading

Bike lane separation. For or against?

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Stupid, idiot car driver just mounted the pavement here to squeeze past a car & missed my daughter by inches. pic.twitter.com/0tGO3rvLnM — CycleStuffblog (@CycleStuffblog) June 18, 2014   There’s always that niggling question… Continue reading

Bike lust

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East coast cycles Hull. You’ve got to love that dog. One from my archives, given a makeover. Full size versions available on request. Drop me an email.

The Brooks C17

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The propaganda paid off. Weeks of expressing the sentiment that ‘Father’s day is bigger than both Christmas and birthdays. Possibly bigger, even than both’, resulted in a rather stunning new Brooks saddle; the… Continue reading

Cycle art – Cuffed bike legs

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Very witty…….cuffed bike leg produced for Artcrank Minneapolis by Aesthetic Apparatus. This poster can be bought here.

Proper infrastructure

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  Sporting success on the roads, the track or the hills, is good. Pretty pictures of freshly dapper cyclists are good. Shiny, blingy bike bits are good. Mass participation bike events are good.… Continue reading

Working through lunch

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  Threat of dry spells today. We’re not used to that. Let’s be careful out there. pic.twitter.com/r4nGtMWmpl — CycleStuffblog (@CycleStuffblog) June 11, 2014 I tweeted first thing. The shock of it. The shock.… Continue reading

The bliss of quiet Sunday lanes (!)

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Country lane, close to Cardiff It was a lovely ride. Gorgeous in fact. A fresh moderate, sea breeze blowing from the South. The sun casting early morning shadows. I saw small numbers of… Continue reading

Cycle art – Bike your city!

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Love this poster from Jason Hardy; a great reposte to the strong motoring lobby in the US. You can read more about this poster here (a great dissection of the motivation behind it)… Continue reading

One bridge, five minutes, many cyclists

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8.55am Friday morning. I sat on the bench and pointed my camera at the bridge. A Fujifilm X20. Small, black, discreet. A street camera. I waited. How many cyclists would I see in… Continue reading