For all of his loopiness Michael was right. It doesn’t matter if you’re black or white. You know why? Because life isn’t black or white. It’s grey. Especially when it comes to cycling. I’ve been involved in a couple of very interesting debates over the last few weeks concerning cycling safety. One to do with … More Shades of grey
So I shot a video on the way to work yesterday (click the link or pic to watch it). I have no idea who any of these people are. And, frankly, it doesn’t matter. What does matter is this type of thing happens hundreds if not thousands of times every morning and evening in cities … More I see red
Interesting article doing the rounds, based on research conducted with 2061 Aussie cyclists. Some good stuff in here, pleasingly devoid of the sensationalism that typically accompanies cycling safety articles in the mainstream press. Seeing red: why cyclists ride through traffic lights.
Okay, so any rider who says they’ve never snuck through a red light is clearly one of two things: (1) Under the age of seven, or (2) A liar. So honesty time. Do you roll? Or do you stop? We all know the feeling. Flying along with the group. Heart rate maxing out. Legs burning. … More Rolling!