Monthly Archives: November 2014

Gray gloves

The days are getting colder, time to get the gloves out

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Riding with cans

Riding with cans and why shouldn’t she?

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Red bike

The red bike as everyday transport

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Kids love cycling

Kids love cycling, so lets make it safe and easy for them

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Going home

For an increasing number of people the bicycle is just a means of everyday transport, as it should be

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Something missing?

Why is he walking, look closely and you’ll see the chain is missing

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Looking into the sun

The low angle of the sun in Scotland can make things awkward, but not quite as dangerous as a motorist talking on the phone while driving (Note the driver illegally in the ASL and talking on a hand held phone).

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Snassy sandals

Choice of footwear while riding a bike should always be a matter of personal choice

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Just chatting with friends

Just chatting with friends, the bicycle is a very sociable means of transport

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Check those heels

Check those heels, there is no reason why you should have to wear flats to ride a bicycle, it is your choice

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