“I am a cycling activist and am involved with many cycling associations in France. Mostly slow cycling. I advise about festivals for long journeys, especially in the south of France. When with friends who ride at 40 km/ph, I cannot follow. My philosophy is to ride slowly.” Continue reading
“You know some people give names to their bikes?”
What do you call your bike?
A follow-up to yesterday’s subject, showing what was the intent of the cyclist’s photographic efforts. Continue reading
“This is just my daily transport and I am on the way to work. The military is something you do not see every day. I don’t pass by here normally. I usually pass on the parallel road but I came here precisely because of the military.” Continue reading
It seems the threat to have the first shave in over a decade was enough to save Brixton Cycles. Late last night, they crossed the £60,000 mark and the threat to shave off the beard has succeeded. If you still have not donated, this is the last day. The beard comes off soon. Continue reading
“I used to be a downhill mountain bike racer, but I stopped that. I realised when I crashed my body did not bounce and accidents really hurt. Now I am a track racer. And I am lazy, so I am just a sprinter. I love it. Ghent is my favourite track. I just love it. I have been around it. Well, I have done half a lap on my feet. I was running. It was the end of the night and everyone had gone home. There was no one there so we got n the track and I started running. And I got to the bend and fell off. And then got taken out by the ‘gendarmes’. They were really nice actually. They picked up one of my mates and his feet never touched the floor until we were outside. They stopped and held him up while we got his coat ticket and then they threw him out and said, “Come back tomorrow”. Continue reading