My beautiful Peugeot Metro cro-moly bicycle, Made in France.
I just love old bicycles. To me they have so much character, with all their nicks and cuts, scars from the mileage they have put in over the many years.The fact that many of these old bicycles survived until today is proof that they were built to last. Like an old friend, they know aContinue reading “An Old Bike is Like an Old Friend”
These kind of shots are common for bike owners and especially for Brompton owners. The bikes are always positioned leaning against a wall, post, tree, bush etc (having bike stand not cool?) against nice backdrop minus the cyclists (of course, otherwise there will be no pictures). These pictures adorned our laptop wall papers like someContinue reading “My Brompton, the little bike that could”
I’m amazed at the rabbit-like breeding capability of bicycle ownership (The initial single bike purchase has the ability to split itself like a single cell cancer growth). It would just take a single bike purchase to start you on the path of eventually having a bike for every discipline, different bikes for different sets ofContinue reading “Compulsive Bicycle Buying Disorder (CBBD) : It started with just one bike…”
Hello everyone this is my very first post in my new blog on everything about cycling. Welcome. When you are cycling 100km a day, a good saddle will make the journey much more enjoyable, if that doesn’t works out, there’s always Vaseline 🙂 …ouchhh (How to apply? At the end of your ride, just applyContinue reading “A Journey of a 1000 miles starts with a good saddle”