Posts Tagged ‘london’

I made a special effort* to join the Harris Tweed Ride this year and I am glad I did. The sun shone, the people pedaled, the banter rolled and I had a positively glorious day out as I slowly drifted through Glasgow amongst this tweedy mass. I tried to take a few snapshots, with no […]

I am in London this week blogging for Inhabitat about the London Design Festival.  However, tonight I needed a food and internet hit and was heading back across town after spending most of the day in the east, so I decided to pop into Look Mum No Hands, the well known London bicycle cafe. It […]

I’m a little late in posting this, as I actually wrote about the Sanitov Studio for Inhabitat last year when I was covering the London Design Festival for them… so yes you should check out that full post here. The main feature of the Sanitov exhibition their new C-Type Cargo bike that incorporates an innovative GPS tracking […]

The poster by Evgenia Barinova ‘If Super Heroes Couldn’t Fly’ certainly made me smile tonight. It is one of the posters in The Guardian‘s feature about The London Transport Museum’s competition that asked illustrators to draw the links between cycling in the capital, environment issues, health and fun. In fact the top 50 posters showed a […]

Some people are passionate about art, some people love to create designs and some people just like to ride their bicycles. However, it seems that some people like to do all three and that’s good, as that is when things like the ArtCrank collaborative exhibitions are created. I discovered these last November when I found a […]

Bicycle Bistros


Look Mum, No Hands is a new bicycle cafe that has recently opened in London. I have not seen it in the ‘real’ yet, but it looks to be nice and big and welcomes all types of cyclists. It also has a bike workshop if you should need it. I like . In fact ‘bicycle […]

And so here is a nice little video about the tweed rides in London. Good Stuff! Via Riding Pretty