The Cycling Films Of Barry Godin

When posting this morning’s video about the snail on his little adventure across my back yard towards the bin (I haven’t seen him since by the way so he could have made it over the wall, across the field and into the jaws of a passing crow by now…), I was reminded of the work…

The Snail’s Morning Adventure

One of those ‘nothing to do with cycling’ posts but this little guy was off on an adventure around the bin this morning so I thought I’d make him famous…

Cycling In Paris: Not Just For The Pros…

Here’s a post from the summer of 2015 as I travelled across Europe from southern Spain to northern Norway including a wobbly cycle up the Champs Elysées, somewhat slower  – see the video – than today’s professionals in the Tour de France. Read the full story in Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggie….

When Yorkshire Met The Dordogne… And The Tour De France

As this year’s Tour rolls into Paris for its final étape, a longer post that you normally find in this corner of the Internet reflecting upon my visit to France last week with Welcome To Yorkshire to witness stages 10 and 11 of the Tour de France 2017. The world of cycling is a rainbow…

Frank Burns: Ballysadare-Sligo-Dromahair – 50km

Originally posted on Serendipities of life:
I hadn’t realised Sligo had produced so many influential personalities. On a guided walk around the city, we learned a lot about WB Yeats in the birthplace of his maternal family,? and he is now buried in Drumcliff, just 20km north, having been exhumed from his first place of…

Maxine Dodd’s Tour De France

Maxine has featured here before and, with the theme of the week being the Tour de France, I see no reason not to share another of her rather beautiful posts. More available on her own site. Hello! Another scene from this lovely stage – this time showing team BMC riding past the fans lining the…

Le Tour 2017: Live (Almost) From The Ligne D’Arrivée

Well, CyclingEurope.org has rarely been closer to the action. Today we are at the arrival line of stage 10 of the Tour de France in Bergerac. More updates later (although let’s face it, you might find out who won more quickly by watching ITV4…)