Monthly Archives: August 2012

Waiting at the lights

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Flowers by Bullitt

Always good to see a new Bullitt on the block.

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Stabilisers or training wheels

Stabiliser used to be the standard way to learn to ride, but these days balance bikes are more commonly seen.

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Blue flowery panniers

Blue flowery panniers, and why not? 🙂

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Super woman

Super woman… well that’s what is says on her t-shirt…

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Jeans rolled up

Who need cycle clips, when you can simply roll up the leg of your jeans?

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Brown leather rucksack

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Practical and stylish

The humble bicycle is a practical and stylish way to get about. There are those who might question this cyclist using the pavement, even though she is travelling at a low speed and is no threat to anyone else, but … Continue reading

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Dawes tandem

You don’t see many tandems about, but they do seen to be making a come back. Is this a sign of a growing cycling culture? We hope so.

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Just getting started

It is notable that in recent years there has been an increase in the number of young children riding cycles (of one form or another), but it is a great shame that the City of Edinburgh Council has no plans … Continue reading

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