WTF? You want to live in a velodrome?
A century or so ago when life was simpler, so too were cycling shoes. Long before marketing departments ruled the world, a rider’s feet were far more humbly shod than they are today. Typically boasting leather and laces with perhaps timber insoles and even toeclips, most looked pretty similar and by all reports performed pretty similarly too. … More My, what a lovely pair
Some of the London transport posters currently on show. Nice.
Not long to go until the 101st TdF folks. My excitement hit a new level when I saw this hugely classy Grand Depart poster this morning. Nice job, Yorkshire and ASO. Very nice.
Creative bike parts I see you are.
Received these great photos from James and Joan last week. They’ve been travelling around western NSW and outback South Australia and spotted what appears to be a bicycle graveyard of sorts at a tiny place called Silverton about 30km north-west of Broken Hill.
Welcome to the first in a new series of essentially useless GPS Strava segment analyses. Of zero value to pretty much anyone, we take closer look at the overhead views of popular segments and race circuits from the world of Strava to see what they reveal about those who create and/or ride them – all … More #1 Stephen Hodge Criterium Circuit: ‘Cock & Balls’
It’s hard to beat a good infographic. This one’s about bike safety. Sure, it’s not Australian but no doubt plenty of this stuff is pretty relevant here all the same. Worth a read.
Any idea (or guesses) what this is about? Nude female cyclist flicking twin birds to help promote some kind of bike race?