I am new to the Cycling game, having taken it up in my Final Year of university. I'm not brilliant, but I try my best. I am perpetually peaking in two months.
Cycling has a lot in common with Audio, my job and other passion:
it is geeky, yet cool;
it requires technical skill, yet artistic flair;
it is functional, yet beautiful.
I ride a Boardman Race (c.2013), and I have a project bike in the form of a Raleigh Team Banana, but due to being a penniless student, the latter is not yet in a ridable state.
Vive la vie Velominatus!
Everyone knows you need at least three road bikes – two if you’re absolutely determined to make a point about minimalism. Bike Number One is reserved for good weather and events, and the Rain Bike for inclement weather. Just like our guns need to be pampered and rubbed down whenever we’re off the bike, any time Bike Number One isn...
There was a time when the world was painted in hues of black and white. Right and Wrong were separated by lines painted in such a thick, heavy paint that even to wander close was to already alter your very nature. The Elders taught us on which side we were to dwell and what evils would descend upon us if we were to transcend into the void. Litt...
We are the Keepers of the Cog. In so being, we also maintain the sacred text wherein lie the simple truths of cycling etiquette known as The Rules. It is in our trust to maintain and endorse this list.The Rules lie at the beginning of The Path to La Vie Velominatus, not at the end; learning to balance them against one another and to welcome them...