©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Start the rider w coffee. There is a better solution for end of rides.
Coffee – an essential. This came from a Katusha ride where the company appeared with their coffee truck. State-sanctioned riding assistance. Continue reading
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Cyclists in protest to climate change through Brussels
“We Are Sounding the Alarm” – Protest banner from the Brussels Critical Climate Mass ride. Continue reading
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Sustainable energy meets sustainable protest in Brussels as hundreds of cyclists called for action to limit the damages of climate change.
Brussels cyclists banded together Nov 18 to protest rising climate temperatures – in a two-wheeled protest that amplified the role cycling can have in a city’s responsible future.
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Cargo is just a matter of attitude
“Found the carpet and had to bring it home. And I only had the bike.” Continue reading
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Country roads within Brussels boundaries.
Morning ride with the boss. Changes of season brings cold snaps and great frost. It also brings cold feet. We were exploring off-road locations in and about Brussels for a photo shoot he has planned. Continue reading
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – Stalen Ros and the celebration of cycling’s history
Another year, another essential visit to the Stalen Ros vintage market in Ghent. What struck me this year was, vintage cycling enthusiasm is a male-centric event. A clear 99.9% of those in attendance were male. Not kidding. The obsession with protecting the history physical of cycling remains a male dominated. Continue reading
©Barry Sandland/TIMB – A better use for a pair of containers as a cycling tunnel was on offer.
Change of season and morning cyclists are seeing darker times ahead. So GRACQ and Fietsersbond in Belgium were offering free lights to the early riders this morning. It is an annual event and a great advocacy presence for the cycling advocacy groups.