Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cycle-touring: A Spiritual Practice?

This little video from Michael Stone gets right to the reasons why my cycle-touring seems, to me, so much more than just riding a bike. My trips have led me to let go of attachments to my ideas of the … Continue reading

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Tax is no excuse

Cyclists often report that aggressive motorists justify their behaviour on the basis that they pay “road tax”. But there is no such thing. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-23694438

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Two Tunnels, Bath

For those of you that don’t watch every episode of the One Show, Sustrans featured in a fantastic piece on Bristol-Bath Path & Two Tunnels on Tuesday night with John Grimshaw, an original founder of Sustrans and Jon Usher, the … Continue reading

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