Interviews

  1. Simply Electric

    Simply Electric
    Mixing style with practicality and portability, the Gocycle G2 is your go anywhere, take anywhere, electric bike that comes with its own clever ‘app’… ‘G’ whizz indeed! Words by GAVIN STOKER Electric bikes don’t have to be clunky beasts, as proved by the sleek and inspirational Gocycle G2. It’s powered by a long-lasting rechargeable lithium battery pack, which provides a...
  2. Czar Trek

    Czar Trek
    Andrew Gilligan We catch up with Cycling Commissioner for London and senior reporter for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph Andrew Gilligan, the man promising to let city cyclists boldly go where no cyclist has gone before, to find out what’s new since we last spoke for our inaugural issue… Interview GAVIN STOKER London’s ‘cycling czar’ is a busy man...
  3. Cool for Thule

    Cool for Thule
    From its head office in Malmö, Sweden, Michael J Noer, Business Development Director at Thule, takes us through its Pack’n Pedal range, its design philosophy and journey from concept to production. Forward-looking and energetic as a company, Thule has a dream: a dream to inspire even more people to ride bikes. To make this desire a reality it has ploughed...
  4. Good Luck

    Good Luck
    Paul Smith “I offered to dress him for the court case, and we’ve been friends since then.” Fashion designer Paul Smith found a sole mate in pro cyclist David Milar, who rides his final season in style. As the old adage goes ‘You can judge a man by his shoes’. So what should be our final judgement on British...
  5. Devotional Imagery

    Devotional Imagery
    British fine artist James Straffon has applied a Pop Art approach to bike culture, taking cycling art to a higher level. In 2005, a year shy of his 40th birthday, artist and designer James Straffon visited a notable London bike store and purchased his first wheels. This moment sparked a journey that would reach back over a century, pass through...
  6. Searching for the Saddle Satori

    Searching for the Saddle Satori
                  Words ANDY BLACKMOORE. Take a walk at the weekend and you’ll no doubt encounter a whole host of cycling buffs aboard a mind-bending assortment of racing cycles. However, you might be lucky enough to spot an even rarer tribe. Riders in search of a whole different vibe, undertaking a trip down memory lane...
  7. Max Peef

    Max Peef
    Max’s desire to engage with his subjects has seen him frequently travel, with assignments taking him to South Africa, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Israel, Bosnia and Kosovo. His first published book, The Weight of Silence, looked at HIV sufferers, while shoots for Vanity Fair have focused on abandoned children, a series of pictures that subsequently became an...

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