Anyone got either the Whyte Charing Cross of Kings Cross. Looking for a commuting/touring and general all round bike for the winter. Look great likes and decent spec but can't find many reviews of them online.
An anti-cyclist Adam is asked to ditch his car and travel to work by bike for a whole week.
It's amazing how people seem to ignore cyclists; he nearly runs 2 of them over.
Can anyone recommend a good single speed frame which I could run with mudguards and a light weight rack. Ideally just the frameset.
I can see a Ridgeback Solo reviewed here but I can't seem to buy one.
I keep looking at touring/audax frames but can't find one I can run as ss.
I'm fed up with getting soaked, I know, I'm soft!!!!
Having just moved 8 miles out of town, I'm looking for something I can use to run the commute and for a bit of weekend fun/fitness, and that I can maybe think about doing some light touring on. I'm after a decent balance of speed and comfort, and something I can ride year-round.
I had been looking at a Genesis Croix de Fer, as that seems to be a sturdy workhorse that could easily cope with winter commutes and would be a bit of fun for the weekends. My concerns, though, are the weight and the price.
there's a cycling photo exhibition outside the Royal Exchange London until the end of October.
Shot by some famous fashion dude, with a few famous faces amongst the plebs... Oh, some nice bikes too
Cool video clip from North Carolina:
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