I need to remember this: Sanoodi mapping. It is a way of recording your route, en route and showing it live via the Internet. Oli Broom (Cycling to the Ashes) appears to use it (although it is credited on the map on his site with two other companies: […]
In the comment to the previous post, George Jemmott has explained what WWOOFing is: WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)ing is awesome. Work while you travel, see http://www.wwoof.org/ . Actually he doesn’t really explain what it is does he? But if you visit the website it explains […]
Just recieved the following email. Rob’s comments in red, my comments in blue: Hi Andrew Just been looking at your blog which is very helpful and inspiring. Thanks! Me and my girlfriend are planning to cycle London to Istanbul in May (for our honeymoon) and are considering route […]
I picked up the final map – see earlier post – from Stanfords in London this afternoon: 363 Puglia, an event so great that it merits re-posting the fancy graphic that I created a couple of weeks ago when I bought the others! This time, all the boxes, […]
This list of cycling blogs was in last Saturday’s Guardian Guide. As you can see, I didn’t make it to the final list of six blogs. Perhaps I was at number 7… Cycle Chic Sartorial elegance and bicycle advocacy in a single package on the streets of Copenhagen. […]
I just signed a pledge at this website to always stop at red lights when cycling. Why not do it yourself? You can see a full list of all the previous pledgers by visiting their website.