At the end of last year we bought an old Dawes Galaxy from eBay for a relative. Mostly we went for this particular one because of the beautiful old Brooks saddle. The relative in question having actually seen the bike decided that he needed something a lot more upright. Rather than put it straight back […]
Do carry cash, don’t pass wind, and other essential advice for the aspiring well-mannered cyclist from the Global Cycling Network on YouTube.
A while ago Martyn Ashton released the excellent Road Bike Party. And then started making Road Party 2, but before it was finished he had a massive accident during a Trials riding demo at Silverstone and broke his back and was left paralysed from the waist down. Since then he has been very positive and […]
Yesterday on Sunday 23rd June 2013 we were running a Dr Bike session with the LSTF Roadshow Sustainable Travel Team at the Redcatch Park Fun Day (http://www.friendsofredcatchpark.com/news/community-fun-day-2013). Quite often as part of the Travel Team’s stall there is a smoothie bike. Yesterday the Bristol Lord Mayor, Faruk Choudhury, came and opened the Fun Day and had […]
Another great video from those northern monkeys at Hope. This one has lots of great cameos. I especially like the two downhill racers from my generation getting up to no good. How many can you spot?
Unfortunately we couldn’t make it this year, but it is always a brilliant event. Hopefully we will be there in 2014!
Just thought I’d blow our trumpet a bit and put up some great feedback that we had from a customer at on of our many Dr Bike sessions that we run for the LSTF and local councils: A big thank you to you and Dr Bike for the brilliant service yesterday. He sorted my […]
Today is the UWE Freshers Fair at the Frenchay Campus. Taylored Cycles is on site all day with two mechanics to checkover bicycles for any students who want to make sure that their bikes are serviceable for the new academic year. We are here with the LSTF Travel West Roadshow Team. They are helping people […]
Every day someone tells me that cycling to work has changed their lives. Is there any way that you could make it work for you?