Category: Cycling

Paris Cycles Meet the BBC’s Forces of Negativity

Paris Cycles Freely with Loaded Questions and Answers In Buddhism, there’s a concept called the forces of negativity which is inherent to the whole universe – but especially when applied to living sentient beings like ourselves. These negative forces are extremely apparent when the Velib Cycle Scheme in Paris is considered.  We have: The initial…
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February 10, 2009 0

So Far Ahead – Beryl Burton

Following GB cycling’s successes at the recent 2008 olympics and world championships, I was reminded about the accomplishments of Beryl Burton who died early over 10 years ago. It seems that in any sphere of human endeavour there is always one person who is head and shoulders better than anyone else.  We had the domination…
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January 16, 2009 0

Weird Chrome Tarnishes World’s Oldest Cycle Organisation

Following on from my trial with Opera after my trying times with Firefox and Pipex, I’ve given the new Google browser, Chrome a go. So far it’s worked well, even as a beta.  It loads this website faster for me, as well as nearly everything else wonderfully, except… This morning my regular CTC newsletter arrived…
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November 8, 2008 0

Oxford Cambridge Bridgwater Cycle Race

In a new twist on the Oxford and Cambridge rivalry that spreads from the Boat Race, Varsity Rugby match etc to University Challenge and Prime Ministerial Power, the police in each town have a new take on cyclists riding without lights at night. Cycle lights campaign launched – Oxford In Oxford, the Plod give them…
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October 31, 2008 0

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