September 6, 2011

How bookshops might look in places where everyone cycled

  With thanks to the great Gusto for chasing this lead. I have noticed my daily hit rate (the best measure of my popularity, now I've stopped swinging), takes a dip whenever I come over all speculative, […]
September 5, 2011

Understanding genital anthropomorphic projection when choosing a bike

Please, be a part of an important discussion underway here, between one Professor Squire of New Zealand, and my good self, regarding the phallic suggestiveness of horizontal top tubes. Normally, the gendering of an inanimate object […]
September 4, 2011

Bicycle led getrification (or: The Mission Street Syndrome)

Homosexuals know they are wasting their time trying to win hearts and minds out there in heartland. The situation is the same for us cyclists, in cities where almost everyone drives. We are queer, in most […]
September 3, 2011

The context dilemma when discussing cycling in global fora

It has been two months since I returned from my 9 week tour of cycling cities in America, Europe etc, and only now has it really sunk in, that my perspective has changed. I have lost […]
September 3, 2011

Do a PdD and unravel a mess

I would love right now to take a PhD candidate under my supervision, to unravel this knot being made, by consultancies lining up to feed off of bicycling. To quote my planner friend Roberto, they all […]