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Last week we showed you the sights of our hometown of Nice. Part two of our #mycyclestyle city focus sees Heidi travel to London for a micro adventure around the Big Smoke. This guest blog from our friends at Hill & Ellis has it all from the leaders of the new wave of cycling cafés to roast beef and old ales. Continue reading →
At a certain point in time to be labelled as 'big in Japan' was a sneer in the music industry . From the 60s onwards, the musical trends in the Far East were looked down upon: always focussed in the wrong direction. In the late 1990s Tom Waits eschewed this with his song of the same name from the Mule Variations album, 'I got the style but not the grace, I got the clothes but not the face'. Continue reading →
Words: Bike stuff | Date: November 16, 2015.
Yes, we know that there are still several weeks before it’s actually Christmas (or even properly feels like Christmas) but as the saying goes, if you fail to prepare you might just be preparing to fail. And who wants that? Plus, of course, there are shipping times to take into account. So to help you find the perfect gift for the (fellow) cyclist in your life, we’ve put together a selection of things we’d be delighted to find under the tree when the time comes. Each item arrives in a stylishly decorated sleeve or replica cheese box, just waiting to be thoughtfully wrapped and excitedly unwrapped. We've also put together some seasonal bundles so whoever the ideal gift is for, you can give more for less.
Words: Bike stuff | Date: November 13, 2015.
The beauty about city life is that it can serve you what you need when you need it. But what makes a city beautiful? The buildings, the people, the size, the location, the diversity? One thing is for sure, you need to live there to discover the best bits. We teamed up with London bag makers Hill & Ellis to trade some insider tips about our home town of Nice and the Big Smoke. Continue reading →
Passoni build bikes. There’s a little more to it than that of course but that’s the bottom line. As part of our latest collaboration, we visited their Milan atelier to pick up our own and find out more about how they do what they do. We could easily tell you the facts but struggled with how best to tell you the tale. Continue reading →