We’ll be taking the Morpheus on it’s first big ride this Saturday – the 206km Saltire permanent. Also, a reminder that PoP is this Sunday!
A look at how you can use your upright panniers on the Nazca Fuego. The ability to carry more than a small sandwich is a massive bonus of the Nazca design when compared to other lowracers, but how well does it actually work?
Carlton Reid recently celebrated the spectacular kick start of his book ‘Roads were not built for cars’. I’ve dug up an old map of Glasgow to try and see how much of our roads pre-date the internal combustion era. Go on, have a guess
I finally got round to checking out the LEL route. Here are the headline facts…
My initial thoughts on the Circe Morpheus – the bike we’ll be riding from London to Edinburgh and back. Tandem, cargo bike, or long distance mile-muncher?
The summary report produced by the APPCG was published today, simply titled ‘Get Britain Cycling’. Here’s a summary (of the summary), and my thoughts.
Cycle Law Scotland recently suggested that introducing strict liability into Scottish civil law would be nice. Various newspapers then managed to completely misunderstand what that would mean. Here’s a worked example.
Pedal on Parliament 2 starts at 3pm in the Edinburgh Meadows on Sunday 13th May. Here’s why it’s a grand day out for all the family.
Without getting overly prophetic, today marked the start of a Great Journey. In July John and I will be cycling from London to Edinburgh and back to London in six days. On a Circe Morpheus half-recumbent-half-upright tandem. Groovy.
A cross-country run in the Fuego turns into a rather more crosscountry experience. See what I did there? As in ‘across a country’ and then ‘off road’? Never mind…