Posts Tagged: Cycling
When I moved from my iPhone 5S to a new 6S I was presented with a dilemma – my phone would no longer fit my lovely Bellroy Elements Phone Pocket. I mentioned this whilst chatting to my chums at Bellroy who kindly offered to send me the larger version of their Elements Phone Pocket in a new Continue Reading
Millican tweeted a link to this incredible film from Brother Cycles earlier today. What they achieve is remarkable, inspiring and makes for surprisingly emotional viewing. Even if you aren’t into cycling it’s well worth watching.
I’d always fancied a hobby that involved ‘stuff’ and then I started cycling. I did’t realise quite how much ‘stuff’ or more specifically wardrobe you need to cycle comfortably in the UK with our famously changeable and variable weather. Then of course there is what to do with the items you need to take out with Continue Reading
This is me on my first bicycle, a fourth birthday present and probably the last time I’ll get away with wearing a yellow jersey, not to mention those rather fabulous trousers. I remember a number of other bikes from my childhood: a second hand bike that my Grandfather restored and hand painted blue and white, Continue Reading
It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country Continue Reading