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The Art of Carrying a Passenger by Bike

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Source: Blog – Flying Dutchman Bikes  Specialists in City, Cargo, and Electric Bikes   The Art of Carrying a Passenger by Bike Whether you know it as a backie, a seaty, a croggy, or just plain old dinking (Australia only), the act of giving a friend a lift on your bicycle […]

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Cycling apps – a fun review not a technical one

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I’ve been trying out a few cycle apps recently and thought I’d share some of my findings in case anyone else was thinking of giving them a try. Now this isn’t going to be really technical. I’ll just tell you about my personal experience with the apps on my android […]

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Ding ding! Just how awkward is a bike bell to use?

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This is one of those really trivial subjects that most folk don’t even think about – yet it had me in a right grump recently. Who on earth decided the bell on my bike was the right design???? My bell has always annoyed me, it’s one of those tiny ones […]

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Pitch black path – an update

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Back in November I wrote about the state of the cycle path in Musselburgh and of how it had been left with no lights for the past few years due to it being “not economical” to fix the lights. At the time of writing that blog post, I also contacted […]

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National cycle to work day – 4th Sept 2014

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It’s apparently national cycle to work day in a couple of weeks so I thought I’d give some advice to anyone considering the two wheel commute. What do you need So first things first, what do you need to be able to cycle to work, well a bike, obviously and […]