A History of Me

If I were a rock star now, as I was planning when I was 18 and writing a song every week, I would be fabricating a rather different history of me than the one I will […]

The building code's war against spirals.

No architect can at once be a lover of beauty, and still believe the Building Code of Australia is even fit for wrapping hot chips in. Imagine if any of the spirals pictured below had been […]

Ladies, whose shoes would be welcome under your bed?

Ladies, you will be helping men the world over, simply by leaving any relevant comments about these bike looks. Remember, we can’t make you happy if you don’t actually say what you like 🙂  There are […]

Architects in Seattle promote their buildngs as bike-like

Often I find myself in a state of sheer discombobulation, contemplating why more architects do NOT do what this firm in Seattle do, and market themselves as designers of buildings based on principles that underpin the […]

[Book Review] Cycle Racing: Riding to Win by Les Woodland

Recently, while looking through some places Primrose might be hiding her Christmas presents for me, I happened upon her Christmas presents for me: David Byrne’s Bicycle Diaries, and the Bike Snob NYC book. My first thought […]