So much is happening at once, I seriously doubt the existence of time. I mean, I’ve actually got famous peoples’ agents returning my emails—though it is not the time for name dropping just yet. Quit the opposite, it’s time to mention how I know Claudia, a local lass who I spotted about town today on the ladies version of my own bike! Yes, she has gotten herself a velorbis, and has set about accessorising everything from her handbag, to the chain she uses to lock it. If I can say this without creeping you out, dear, you look way too good to ever be hidden away in a car. On behalf of the men of this city, thank you for being a cyclist 🙂
Claudia is seen here wearing a white singlet and denim shorts, holding a Victoria Classic by Danish bike makers Velorbis (hub-gen lights, hub gears, hub brakes and axa lock). Today she is coordinating her Brooks leather accessories with a matching tan bag, while choosing to coordinate her shoes with her shiny black skirt guard.
In other news: Downing Street London is hosting a conference to hear architects’ suggestions on making Britain bike friendly (via @iambrianjones); Bjarke Ingels is so lost for ideas, he has taken to retweeting mine (via @Bjarkeingels); the illustrious Mikael Colville Andersen of cycle chic fame, has dropped by to leave a comment on cycle-space, insinuating I drink; Oregon’s developers are cleaning up on land near major bike routes (via @acseger); and road.cc have kindly quoted from cycle-space when reporting on London’s aforementioned gathering of architects and urban designers, to talk about cycling. Not that I would use my blog to promote myself, when really, this should be Claudia’s moment.