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Jesus to you

On a busy crossing near a big terminal at the rush hour, a pedestrian heading towards the terminal took a chance to cross it.

An approaching cyclist yelled at the pedestrian (instead of slowing down) and when she passed the crossing dodging the pedestrian, she muttered ‘Jesus!’ loud enough to be heard by everyone – like she was rightly to be annoyed. 145 more words

Cycling In London

Considerate cabbie

Covent Garden is a busy place.

A cab pulled up by the kerb ahead of me (nothing unusual) but, unusually, the right door flung open and a well-dressed lady and a kid stepped out on the carriageway. 77 more words

Cycling In London

British Cycling and Sky launch Ride Social, Britain’s biggest social cycling community

British Cycling and Sky have created a new online way for people to build their own cycling communities. Cyclists can visit ridesocial.co.uk and create a profile that allows them to join and create bike rides in their local area.    208 more words

The death of cassette & chain

The gear cassette finally gone loose and had to be replaced along with the chain. Rode 6 days/wk on average May 2012 – Nov 2014. R.I.P.

Cycling In London

It's like having a football pitch in your own backyard


I’m not sure Jen and I live in London anymore. We have a telephone number that begins “020”, but I spotted a temporary sign near our flat which warned that a leafy road was “closed for toad migration”. 405 more words

London Dynamo

Small bike, Big adventures

My first and only adult bike was given to me when I was 19 and living in London for the first time. It came from my grandma who had this bike since she was a teen. 826 more words

Vaughan Williams reblogged this on The Explorers Home and commented:

That may well be my bike and orange bag on the right there...

I like to negotiate my way around London.

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