January 13, 2013

My new “Cambridge Raincoat” and some thoughts on internet shopping

Let’s be honest, most retail employees only go to work for the promise of stealing stuff, and their bosses started just like them and moved through the ranks. This is why my undies, my socks, my […]
January 1, 2013

How I’m chillin’ this Summer

I’m working on an article, quite a fine one indeed, that you will no doubt read in the New Yorker—should that be the rag you find your chips wrapped in some day. I do recommend you […]
December 25, 2012

EYE Film Institute Netherlands: a cycle-space icon

There was a time not so long ago when Shell Oil did all their toxic tinkering at research facilities just across the river from central Amsterdam—too close to wealthy white people by far! They have slipped […]
December 24, 2012

Bikes and abandoned industrial infrastructure. Is this a rule?

They say a man becomes more sweeping in his generalisations as his stockpile of cycling gear grows. I have barely 5 or 6 bikes. I don’t have one of these, these, these or one of these. So […]
December 20, 2012

The Dutch Bike by Zahid Sardar [Book Review]

The Netherlands is greener, healthier, arguably happier, but certainly a lot more efficient because the Dutch saw something in cycling that most other countries ignored. This is a book that looks at Dutch cycling heritage from […]