Friday, June 22, 2007

All Good Things...

It has been a pleasure to share my cycling thoughts with you over the last 1.3 years, but sadly I will not be posting any updates here for the foreseeable future. This is because of changes to the demands on my time, which includes learning another language and intensive re-training for a new career.

As I mentioned on Cycling London's first birthday, I really appreciate the comments and the regular page views from everybody, so thank you!

During the period of writing, I feel I've witnessed a significant blossoming of cycling's exponential popularity, in to a more accepted usual and mainstream mode of transport: Lycra not required.

Whether it is the affectionately-titled "bomb dodgers" commuting by bike, or the Kensington shoppers en route pour café, or the Brompton train commuters, or the triathlete trainers, or just me & others going to work; the rise of cycling commuters is very noticeable. I'm happy to have experienced that social awakening.

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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Artistic Cyclists Required

In September, Brighton sees a performance of the National Theatre's Bicycle Ballet, which is described as a spectacular choreography on bicycles.

The organisers are looking for cyclists to join in the performances.

Take a look at their site

Looks kinda fun.

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