From Baron von Drais’ eponymous Draisine built from wood and iron to today’s carbon-fibre, hi-tech alloy wonderbikes, the history of cycling is one of innovation, inspiration, and human achievement. Mads Phikamphon has captured this history in a handy infographic over at icebike.org where you can also find out about riding in extreme winter conditions. Click on the infographic to visit icebike.org and find out more.
Live the Dream
Research from the Defence Studies Department, King's College London
The New Jeffersonian
Fast drawings with a few words...
My words, visions & trivia along the way
One life, some bicycles. A million possibilities, zero clue!
When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells
Speed is relative. Victory is fleeting. But the ride lasts forever.
A blog full of humorous and poignant observations.
Exploring Time Travel of Place
A history blog on the joys and perils of cycling in Victorian Britain
Celebrating the bit players of history
- a little look at the history of Rhyl
Official site of author and historian Sean Munger.
Music, Film, Art, History and more...
Food Photography & Recipes