Tag promoting cycling

Changing times for the Cycling Tourism

Five years ago I wrote a post about cycle touring is now fashionable and since that time I have undertake a fair bit of cycling tourism my self (as you will realise from reading this blog). So I was pleased… Continue Reading →

Life is more beautiful by bicycle

I recently spotted this Ad by Decathlon and was so charmed by it I had to put it up here: The strap line reads “Life is more beautiful by bicycle” and who could argue with that?   Thanks to Cycling… Continue Reading →

Fairness and liability on the roads: part 3

Having written to my MSPs about Fairness and liability on the roads and received a number of replies, mostly along the lines of “I will forward the matter to my colleague Keith Brown, Minister for Transport, for his consideration”, I… Continue Reading →

Fairness and liability on the roads: part 2

Having written to my Westminster MP about Fairness and liability on the roads and received a reply that justice is devolved to the jurisdiction of the Scottish Parliament. I decided to follow up with a similar letter to my MSPs…. Continue Reading →

Fairness and liability on the roads

As I have said before on this blog, I am in favour of the UK having a law of strict liability on the roads, so thought I should try and do something about it. This being a legal issue, I… Continue Reading →

The things the car ads forget to show

Ever noticed the way adverts for car always show empty roads, ease and convenience when driving, which is far from the everyday experience of most drivers. This wee Slovenian film shows a simple comparative test of two seemingly similar vehicles… Continue Reading →

Cycling Sucks

Not everybody thinks that cycling is wonderful, some people think that Cycling Sucks and maybe they have a point, as this Dutch student video clearly shows… It was made as the first of two commercials they created for a school… Continue Reading →

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