Category Archives: Cycling

Cycle To Work Day 2015

OK, no surprise here, I’ll be cycling to work (as I do every day!) but next week I’ll be going that little bit further as I’ve convinced Helen to join too by promising I’ll get her to Victoria and back. We’ll go … 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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Please take action by visiting 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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Motorcycling and Cycling

The more popular cycling gets the more people realise the dangers of riding on our roads. When you start riding a motorbike you do so accepting a few truths: Everyone knows someone who has had a motorbike accident, sometimes a fatal … Continue reading

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London to Brighton Bike Ride 2010

I received this in the post the other day. Reminded me of cycling on much warmer days than of late! Thanks again to everyone that pledged money to the British Heart Foundation and gave me good reason to get up … Continue reading

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