May 13, 2013

Cambridge Raincoat Company [Review]

At the risk of reading too much into too little, I should like to begin this raincoat review with a deep and meaningful observation that you might find a tad sanctimonious, even for me. The marketing […]
May 13, 2013

Show us your Google Maps bicycling layer

Dark green lines represents safe cycle tracks. Dotted green lines represent door-zone suicide lanes. It is legal to cycle on footpaths here, however, the crossings to give cars access to mid-block cars parks have been made […]
May 11, 2013

Imagining Plato’s Ideal Republic of Cycling

Books have been written about the wild enthusiasm with which the architectural community approached the possibilities presented by cars in the twentieth-century (1, 2, 3). None though have mentioned a gaping hole in one piece of […]
May 9, 2013

Choosing the right music for a bike-house house warming

In response to my lampooning of lame musicians cashing in on the bike craze with this post, readers including the inimitable Luke MacLachlan in London and my ol’ buddy Scoop, have been sending me links to […]
May 8, 2013

A day at the beach modelling Bike Land

All over the world (except China) industrial lands are turning to weeds, and if not weeds then warehousing sites, and if not warehousing sites, then lonely fields of apartments. Since former industrial lands lie at the […]