Cycling culture – a tale of 2 cities

I enjoyed a recent holiday down to the Cotswolds full of intentions of cycling as a way to see local towns and villages. Unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to go cycling myself, but on a day trip out to Oxford I did experience a whole new cycling culture that […]

The Art of Carrying a Passenger by Bike

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 […]

Pitch black path – an update

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 […]