August 14, 2010

My developing thesis

My point is this, that the bicycle is more than a clean green midlife crisis, more than just a cheap trick planners can use to clear space on the roads for those dependent on cars, and […]
August 11, 2010

Slow movements

Primrose’s first ride on her new Velorbis was into a wicked cold headwind and averaged 15km per hour—I know that because it took us an hour to complete my 15km morning commute, for which she joined […]
August 8, 2010

Primrose’s Birthday

neeeeigh, woo there Yes, it is her birthday, and as my sweetheart enters her late twenties it is beholden upon me to whip out the plastic, as any good sugar daddy would do. The first big […]
August 3, 2010

The Futurist Manifesto and Bikes

I turned sharply back on my tracks with the mad intoxication of puppies biting their tails, and suddenly there were two cyclists disapproving of me and tottering in front of me like two persuasive but contradictory […]
July 30, 2010

Velorbis Churchill Classic [Review]

After three and a half months, and over one thousand kilometers of riding, I hereby tender the most useful and impartial review I think you will find anywhere, of the Churchill Classic, made by Velorbis. 20 […]