West side story

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Early morning. Monochrome skies. Monochrome park. Headed west of the river for a variation on the theme . Dead leaves carpeted an empty park. At Castle street bridge, a lone rower breaks the… Continue reading

The soul(o) ride

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The sun shone weakly, golden rays struggling to melt the early morning frost. Mist crept along the surface of the river Taff. The wind was having a lie in (it was Sunday morning… Continue reading

Cycling Christmas cards anyone?

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  Quite often we make our own Christmas cards. At the dangerous of sounding pious and a bit of a goody two shoes (hopefully I’m neither), there’s something quite nice about going the… Continue reading

Cycle of life

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I stumbled across this image and warmed to it instantly. Aside from being an impressive piece of textile art by Brisbane based Linda Roberts (my mother-in-law is a textile artist and I know… Continue reading

Armstrong attracts the ire of Private Eye

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One of the benefits of being out of the office for the day; the snatched opportunity to catch up on current affairs. It can’t be the first time cycling has featured in the… Continue reading

Out and about….

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…by bike. By train. By bike and train. Images from the saddle using a variety of styles. My compact camera recently got an upgrade, morphing from a Canon IXUS to a Canon S95;… Continue reading

29er – Flash in the pan?

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For several years I’ve been intrigued by the 29er, the big (wheeled) brother of the mountain bike. They look kinda odd, with their  29 inch wheels pokin’ out from what looks like mountain bike geometry. … Continue reading

Abandoned Part 2

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Yeah? You want another piece of me? Have a go. Go on. See if you’re hard enough. I’ve seen your type before. Sure. Take my wheel; that was easy. Any lowlife could do… Continue reading

Boneshaker artwork gets animated

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Halloween Spooks from A Little Island on Vimeo. Love this little video from Little Island. The Boneshaker artwork from issue 10 gets the animation treatment. Contains images of a spooky nature.

Avoiding slippers

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Every now and again – and I mean every now and again, it’s not like I’m constantly self analysing or anything – I wonder why I do it. Why do I enter long… Continue reading