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Dunwich Dynamo XXI

It was that time of year again. The time for heading down to That London to meet a couple of thousand of my closest mates to ride 120 miles through the night across Essex & Suffolk and end up on

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Strava For Slow Bicycles

OK – THIS is going to be the Kickstarter project that finally gets me rich: Strava for slow cyclists No, really. Not everyone is interested in clocking fastest segments, or cheating their way to yet another “KoM”. No. Some people

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Dunwich Dynamo XX

It was that time of year again – the time when I meet up with a couple of thousand of my closest friends at a pub in That London and head off to a cafĂ© for breakfast, just 110 miles

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Three Go Mad In East Anglia

This is a story of what happens when a simple idea gets taken just that one step too far. Four years ago we did the Dunwich Dynamo – 120 or so miles in the dark, leaving North London at dusk,

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Dunwich Dynamo – Can You See Yourself In This Video?

This film’s from the camera strapped to our JCB-yellow tandem’s head tube, and covers the first few miles of the 2010 Dunwich Dynamo. So if you left London Fields at about 8pm, and overtook a tandem in the first few

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Dunwich Dynamo 2010

It’s been a busy week, and I should have written this about, oh, a week ago. But never mind. This year was the second Dunwich outing for our tandem, Daisy. She’d been bought with a very specific purpose in mind

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Moving A Tandem Around The Country

As it turns out, I was amazed at how easy this was. Last year I’d taken the front wheel, handle bars, and captain’s saddle off in order to fit it into the car to drive down to That London for

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