Arun comes from Anglesey and makes the trip down to Cardiff most weeks to work. But that doesn’t stop him riding his bicycle which he takes on the train and rides as much as he can. From mountains and trails to the city streets, Arun rides, and when it’s cold he breaks out his hat … Read more
SPIN London (3 – 5 May 2013) was the worlds’ first urban focused bicycle consumer show & festival. Based in East London, over 5000 people visited the event. They even had a pedal powered cinema…Unfortunately we couldn’t get to the event, but to make up for it we’re glad that fellow blogger James Greig from ‘CycleLove’ … Read more
Lucian’s looking super cool riding his powder blue vintage bicycle courtesy of a new cycle renovation outfit based in the city…Fantastic!
Today we wanted to share with you the beautiful cycling photographs of Brixton-based Paul Calver. From road cycling to bike polo, Paul’s captured some amazing and familiar images…Have a look here… All images: Paul Calver
Just in case you don’t know about the work of Hamburg-based photographers Björn Lexius and Till Gläser, then here’s a sample of their wonderful photographic project called ‘we are traffic’. Go check them out here…Magic!
Last time we caught up with Eddie he had the grunge look sorted and was riding a BMX with makeshift headlight. But now look at him, resplendent in full punk regalia, and riding a handmade long bike (courtesy of those guys at Punk Bikes). With toxic gas mask hanging from the handlebars, Eddie’s totally unique … Read more
Meet Gail, one of the most cycle chic ladies we’ve ever met. Riding a bicycle that wouldn’t look out of place parked in front of a cafe in Amsterdam, Gail has the sort of attitude to cycling that should be bottled. Perfectly at ease on her super-practical bicycle, Gail’s able to wear a smart suit … Read more
1930s racer gal from ‘New’ South Wales. We love the look in her eyes…it must have been very different being a bike girl in those days…
Unlike the Sirens of history (those dangerous and beautiful mythical creatures, portrayed as femmes fatales who lured and enchanted nearby sailors to their deaths on rocky shores), Nicolas Bets seems to have caught something of the modern day Siren in these exquisite images. Imagine hundreds of these girls quietly riding into the city under a full moon … Read more
If like us you are into fashion and photography, you should check out the Rankin interview broadcast on BBC Radio 4. He’s clearly ‘living the dream’…