Cycle Chic and le Tour. What does this mean?

I just noticed a wonderful sign that cycling for everyday transport, has truly stepped from the shadow of cycling, the sport. Mikael Colville Andersen, one of the world’s most vociferous champions of everyday cycling for transport, […]

Why do art and design schools always seem to have the most bikes?

Honestly, this wasn’t concocted. I didn’t plan to bring home photos of buildings drowning in bikes from my time last year at Harvard, and find all of those buildings just happen to be schools teaching creative […]

Understanding the priest bike

I have developed an odd fascination with priests’ bikes, that I swear are the forebears of full carbon racers. The mantra of performance frame makers is “lateral stiffness and vertical compliance”. This can be achieved by […]

Opportunity to sponsor a landmark publication on planning for cycling

I have just added a Book Sponsorship page to my site. I am looking for organisations who are leaders in urban cycling, to partner with the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi) Publishers, to bring my book Cycle-Space […]

The need for helmets is a matter of context

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqo4hwnJt6Y Whether or not you wear a helmet, clearly depends on the context. If riding slow on an upright style bike, it is unlikely your head will hit the ground, as demonstrated in the video clip […]