Journal

  1. Velorutionary - Joe Brown

    Velorutionary - Joe Brown
    What do you do for a living?I’m a Sales Account Manager for Brompton Bicycle. I’m responsible for developing B2B relationships, coming up with sales strategies and training dealers. It’s an interesting role with a good balance of being in the office and out on the road. What are you passionate about?Of course, I love all things cycling. I also have a...
  2. Velorutionary - Geoff Smith

    Velorutionary - Geoff Smith
    What do you do for a living? I’m head of Digital for Universal Strategic Marketing International based in London working with some of the world’s greatest music artists and their catalogues. My role involves working with our many stakeholder teams across the globe in delivering new releases and content to our fans through a multitude of channels and digital initiatives...
  3. Velorutionary - Keith Evans

    Velorutionary - Keith Evans
    What do you do for a living? I’m Vice President of Hotel Acquisitions at Starwood Capital Group. What are you passionate about? My family and friends. I’m fortunate that I get to see places through my job and really enjoy world travel. I’m also really keen on outdoor sports. Food and wine are also one of my passions. How long...
  4. Velorutionary - Dr Eva-Marie Muller-Stuler

    Velorutionary - Dr Eva-Marie Muller-Stuler
    Eva Marie Muller-Stuller What do you do for a living? I'm a senior scientific advisor and analytics leader developing machine learning products for finance, retail, tech and other clients. This means I look at all of the data artefacts that people leave behind or that surround us to understand what drives behaviour. I also have a soft spot for...
  5. Velorutionary - Paul McAneary

    Velorutionary - Paul McAneary
    Paul McAneary Striding Architects on their Stridas Paul McAneary I went to the international design award winning Paul McAneary Architects offices in the heart of London to speak with Paul about his passion for Strida bicycles. The connection between the British design classic Strida and the leaders in warm minimalist British design was much more than I first expected...
  6. Velorutionary - Graham Gilmour

    Velorutionary - Graham Gilmour
    What do you do for a living? I’m an Architect. When I make formal introductions, I say ‘Graham Gilmour: Architect, Chef, Long Distance Cyclist and Swimmer’. I think it paints a clearer picture. Currently I’m involved with a variety of projects, in London, ranging in scale from the Thames Tideway Tunnel infrastructure, to a sports facilities building in a West...
  7. Velorutionary - Dan Newman

    Velorutionary - Dan Newman
    Dan Newman, Crouch End 13.05.2016 What do you do for a living? I’m retired. I used to teach languages and before that I tted out hotels. Now I divide my time between volunteering at a couple of small charities, having fun with my family, sitting on the board of a couple of small companies and singing in a choir...
  8. Velorutionary - Lydia Thompson

    Velorutionary - Lydia Thompson
    What do you do for a living? I’m a Beauty Editor for LOOK magazine. What are you passionate about? At the moment work, how sad! But I’ve just started a new job and I’m putting everything in to it. In my downtime I love to travel, I try to travel to at least three new places a year, greedy right...
  9. Arcc innovations

    Arcc innovations
      The ARCC e2-pod power system has been designed by ARCC Innovations to provide unique intelligent bike power. It combines variable power levels with automatic hill/ gradient compensation and launch control. I’ve been riding a bicycle around London for over thirty years from Highgate to Forest Hill. The ARCC e2-Pod Power System has given me an extra set of muscles...
  10. Velorutionary - Arlene Leis

    Velorutionary - Arlene Leis
    What do you do for a living? I’m a freelance Art Historian, but I have my fingers in some other projects too. What are you passionate about? My research. I’ve recently developed my doctoral thesis into a first draft manuscript. It focuses on a massive collection of ephemera (admission tickets, playbills, trade cards, political caricatures and satires, visitor cards, newspaper...
  11. Electric Assist Bicycles

    Electric Assist Bicycles
    Part of the joy of cycling is the exercise you get whilst having the freedom of movement that public transport and cars do not offer, however on a sunny day it can be pretty hot & sweaty and hills can be a challenge especially after a long day. Enter the electric assist bicycle, which gives your muscles more power when...
  12. What a bell.

    What a bell.
    The Spur Cycle bell is the most desirable bell we have ever had. The elegant simple design has a sound that truly resonates with you and adds a true bit of class to your handlebar.