Monday, 22 August 2011
I went to Cambridge for a stag do over the weekend and amongst the drunken antics I was happy to see so many cyclists around. The whole place feels very European in its approach to cycling with all ages of people on bikes doing everyday things, and barely any Lycra. I'm still trying to figure out why cycling is so much further forward than other British cities in cycling uptake. It can't just be because it's flat.
Wednesday, 3 August 2011
More cycling and art related goodness, Artcrank are making their annual trip to the UK in a couple of weeks and will be co-hosting their opening night with the launch of the new issue of Boneshaker.
Display and selling cycling posters (all for under £30) by UK artisits 'ARTCRANK uses creativity to change how people look at and think about bicycles, and grow the cycling community.'
The opening party is on August 19th at the apparent mecca of London cyclists, Look Mum No Hands, and the exhibition will run till September 9th. I'm hoping to pop along at some stage to add to my ever growing collection of cycling related prints. Plus the print by Milltag will feature some of my own handy work which you can see here.