This is my last post on CycleLove, and a heartfelt thank you

3 weeks ago

It’s been a tough decision, one that I’ve chewed over for months. Don’t get me wrong. I’m still head over heels about cycling. And I’ll still be riding to work every day, unless it’s pouring with…



In photos: a Tour de Cycle Hire adventure from London to Paris

3 weeks ago

Thee friends. Three gears. Three hundred kilometres of road. It looked good on paper, but we had no idea how it would translate in reality. We’d thought that the first day would be the toughest…



For the everyday — a style selection by NOMOI’s Rob Burr

3 weeks ago

Style Selection #27 | Compiled by Rob Burr With one foot on the pedal, I’ve made a selection of things that are designed beautifully and perfect for everyday use.



Make a Wish on Wheels for Cyclists Fighting Cancer

3 weeks ago

Brand agency OPX have teamed up with Look Mum No Hands! and Team Impression to create a set of bespoke cards for Cyclists Fighting Cancer, who provide specialist bikes and adapted trikes for children and teenagers suffering…



10 of the Best (Looking and Fitting) Women’s Jerseys

4 weeks ago

A guest post by Jess Duffy, who has recently escaped London for fresh air, Dartmoor, rough sea and veggie food in Devon. Having ridden all kinds of bikes from road to fixed to polo, and modelled for…



In photos: cycling (made refreshingly easy) in Antwerp

1 month ago

Recently I was invited to spend a week as a guest of This Is Antwerp with a group of creative types from 11 cities around the world, from New York to Tel Aviv to Toyko. I’ll…



Tour de Cycle Hire — a short film about 3 friends riding 300km from London to Paris with 3 gears

1 month ago

Back in the summer, and completely out of the blue, I received a phone call from my friend Graham McLoughlin at Borough… “I’m going to ride a Boris Bike from London to Paris. Do you want to…



Four days of coffee, cakes and cycling in Paris

1 month ago

I hadn’t visited Paris since I was an impoverished backpacker back in the late nineties, when I had travelled around Europe with a printed timetable the thickness of a telephone book, and before mobile phones…