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Some days you wake up knowing that week ahead is going to hurt. You can’t control when it will be one of those weeks – and neither can anyone else.
Bicycles and revolutions are inextricably linked – but there are some that can only be imagined.
The ups and downs of a cycle courier
Try a Haiku they said…focus the mind and the words. Result? A little ramble through the countryside on a bike.
Ever had a bicycle stolen? Don’t think it’s all bad – some of them do OK.
A special letter for cyclists.
Once a year, a day comes along that puts everything else into significance. Hopefully this story will help to remind us of the sacrifices that some people made for all of us.
Anyone that has ever ridden a bike (especially in London!) will know this person. But perhaps not as well as they thought.
There are some bad people around and sometimes, even a bicycle won’t like them.
Ever thought about life in a spin class?
Did you know that Laurence of Arabia rode his own Tour de France?
1897 – Nineteen hundred miles in 41 days.
Your old bike may be better than you think – at least it knows you.
A little part of WW2 may have come to East Anglia and stayed a little longer than they thought it would.
Some numbers mean things to people. From the time when bikes were built with love.
The singular tale of unicycle.
The unwavering belief of the mongrel that became a superstar.
Cycling Time trials are a little piece of England that is rarely seen – you have to be up early.
The tale of Tramp with who lost his love.
Could Vaughan Williams have met with Edward Elgar on a bike ride?
The secret of bike all alone in a wood.
A late night ride on a Boris Bike on Saturday evening reminded me of this tale…not my usual cycle shorts fare!
Woodrow Wilson wasn’t always alone with his thoughts at the Treaty of Versailles.