The Circular Economy and Cycling…

The bike may be one of the greenest, most efficient forms of transport out there but creating one from scratch still requires a considerable amount of energy.

However, unlike a car a good bike may have decades of life ahead of it, only needing a periodic change of a few wearable items that are inexpensive and often easy to replace. Continue reading The Circular Economy and Cycling…

Guest Post: A Bike Restoration Adventure –by @DrewMabey

I’ve been riding around for two years on a battered old bike that I cobbled together from various parts. It started as an ambitious project, but once I had the bike in a rideable condition I lost the motivation to do more. As time went on the components – which weren’t new anyway – began to wear out, leaving me with no choice but to either get rid of the bike or to strip it down and finish what I started. Continue reading Guest Post: A Bike Restoration Adventure –by @DrewMabey