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London bike show

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Tomorrow – subject to trains running on time, swimming across flooded fields, surfing tidal surges etc. –  I will mostly be at the London bike show. I’ll be stood on stand LB521 talking… Continue reading

Danny’s London bike show photos

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At this year’s show I was more or less gamefully employed chatting to visitors, handing out brochures and taking my turn on the coffee run. I might have had the odd….err…..foray…into the wider… Continue reading

Today, we’ll be mostly at the London bike show.

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…so if you’re free for a chat pop in and see us on stand LB67 (Odoni cycle storage). I’m there Thursday and Friday. If I’m not actually on the stand I’m almost certainly… Continue reading

Free ticket for the London bike show?

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We’ve got a few spare tickets for the London bike show. So if you’re interested drop me a message via twitter and we’ll pop one in the post. I’ll be on the Odoni… Continue reading

London bike show 17th-20th January 2013

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unbelievably, its come around again – The London Bike Show. I’ll be there for at least two and a bit days of the show, standing around looking vaguely uncomfortable as: (a) There will… Continue reading

Another day in Carradice

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After banging on and on and on (and on) about British manufacturing, small companies, ‘sticking it to the man’ etc. etc., you would be forgiven for wondering if I did my bit at… Continue reading

London bike show

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London bike show starts tomorrow! From 10am onwards myself, Andrew and Angela will be stood on stand LB64 talking about bike security, bike sheds, bike stands and secure buildings. I’m looking forward to… Continue reading

Broomstick, duster and pledge

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It dawned on us today (or rather me in particular) that we finish work on the 22nd of December. That’s less than 2 weeks. TWO WEEKS. It’s also bloody frightening. Each working week… Continue reading

How green is my shelter?

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Sorry couldn’t resist the play on ‘How green is my valley’. It’s the Welshness in me, see. (boom, boom). Without getting too bogged down in the commercial stuff that we do (when not… Continue reading