Cycling, Art and Life in the North East of England

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Visiting Stockton Cycling Festival

Visiting Stockton Cycling Festival

We visited Stockton Cycling Festival to see what it was all about…

Why would you buy an old bike people hate?

Why would you buy an old bike people hate?

Why would you buy a bike peopl hate? Here’s why we did and I thin kit was a good decision.

Just enjoying the ride – Route 1 on the National Cycle Network

Just enjoying the ride – Route 1 on the National Cycle Network

Sometimes is just about the ride… Cycling on the National Cycle Network Route 1 in County Durham

Brave, Brave Road Cyclists

Brave, Brave Road Cyclists

Recently we ended up going down a ‘B’ road that was, well, shockingly bad. There were plenty of cyclists that weren’t put off though.

A Mountain Bike Called Mavis – Seriously

A Mountain Bike Called Mavis – Seriously

Not naming you bike can be dangerous, after all if you don’t someone else might!

Finally warm for the first time this year!

Finally warm for the first time this year!

Finally the sun bring some warmth for a spring bike ride.

My bike needs a leg

My bike needs a leg

As I stood one morning trying to disentangle my bike from two other bikes without a) causing a racket or b) damaging any of the bikes, I decided there was nothing for it but to get a kickstand.

Looking at the rain and longing for the sunshine

Looking at the rain and longing for the sunshine

Today I might be trapped indoor but last we I was outside and free onmy bike. Sometimes the distance & the speed you ride are unimportant. It’s all about the Cycling FUN!

Meeting some ‘Ole Time’ Veteran Cycles at Brough

Meeting some ‘Ole Time’ Veteran Cycles at Brough

Visiting the Veteran Cycle display at the Cumbria Easter Commercial Vehicle Rally in Brough 2018.

How the love affair began…

How the love affair began…

Last year I fell in love with cycling. Not the pottering about on a bike type of stuff I did as a child, but the type where I couldn’t wait to get home from work in order to go out on my bike.  Now, I’m […]