The Republic of Cycle Chic
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We support: Pedal on Parliament
We support: the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
We support: The Times Cities fit for cycling campaign
We support: European Citizen´s Initiative “20mph – making streets liveable!”
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- Viking Biking Edinburgh
- Blue jacket and boots
- Blue jeans
- Let’s hear it for the rucksacks
- Flapping coat tails, like superman’s cloak
- Dressed for the office
- When the cargo bike start appearing on the bike racks, you know the future is brighter
- Smart shoes and stripy socks
- Welcome to cycle friendly Edinburgh
- Balance bikes for toddlers make life easier
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Tag Archives: Winter cyclist
It’s cold out there, wrap up warm
Just because there is snow on the ground it doesn’t mean that people stop using the bicycle as practical transport … … they just dress warm and carry on.
The Balaclava helmet, a form of head wear first sent to British troops to help protect them from the bitter cold weather during the Crimean War, now ideal for cycling in on cold winter days.
Following our post last week on Sheepskin slippers we though we should show that Edinburgh can do high heels too.