May was once just another month albeit a nice month in spring with thoughts turning to the longer, warmer days of summer. Then in May 2015, two things happened. Hot on the heels of the visit of the Tour de France to Britain’s largest county in 2014, the […]
Another mind-boggling feat of cycling and filmmaking from Danny MacAskill. And a suggestion to stay out of the gym and on your bike?
I’m delighted to say that I have a new talk in production for 2020. It focuses primarily upon my 2019 cycle across northern Spain to the Douro Valley in Portugal and onwards to Coimbra. There is still much to prepare before the talk gets its premiere in Halifax […]
Ghent: “If You Design A City For Cars, You Get Cars; If You Design A City For People, You Get People”
Wonderful film! So many wise words spoken here but they are summed up in the title to this post. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! Meantime in Britain so many are fixated on (cue grunt) “getting Brexit done!“. Sad, sad, sad… This is what progressive nations are doing on the continent. […]
By Ryan McDonald There is something magical about riding the routes previously covered by the cycling greats. As well as getting as a sense of history, you also get to view some spectacular scenery, and the Milan-San Remo is no exception. Also known as the Spring Classic, the […]