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Matt LeBlanc’s ringtone from “Episodes”

Talking about Episodes yesterday and how Matt LeBlanc has kept that same ring tone since the first series. Turns out it’s Two Time by Syd Dale and someone has made a shortened version for the iPhone. I had some time before the train … Continue reading

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Road rage and types of transport

Yesterday as I cycled to work in the sunshine up through Tooting. I was overtaken by a car in between pinch points when a woman in the passenger seat screamed at me: “You should be wearing a f***ing helmet!” What? I was … Continue reading

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Highwaycode rule #129 and Morden Rd

I hate this stretch of road sometimes. There are solid white lines to prevent vehicles from overtaking on approach to the brow of a hill, but this rule in the Highway Code gives car drivers the excuse to ignore them, make an unsafe pass … Continue reading

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Campaign election candidates via #VoteBike

       

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Aeolian Islands

In July this year we chartered Maria Elena a Bravia 36 for a week from Sant Agata in Sicily. The attraction of this holiday was not just about sailing but also the volcanoes! Having travelled by train from Catania we got to Sant Agata in the evening. … Continue reading

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Dalmatian islands in the Adriatic

In the first week of May through our friends at Bareboat Sailing Holidays we chartered Nana a Gib Sea 37 for a week starting and ending at the Sail Croatia base at Kaštela Marina, near Split, Croatia. Date Location Wind Distance travelled (miles) Notes Sat 3rd  Kaštela Marina 0 … Continue reading

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#Space4Cycling

Please take action by visiting http://action.space4cycling.org/ Watch Jon Snow, CTC President, on the CTC’s campaign page or YouTube. See also Build it & they will come: Jon Snow on cycling Last week my 6 year old daughter joined me on my commute with the … Continue reading

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