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Dr Ian and the Walkers – Part Three

The story so far: Dr Ian seems to have done a deal with the Dark Side, for which he’ll be handsomely rewarded, but will need to use expendable research assistants…

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Dr Ian and the Walkers – Part Two

The story so far: Dr Ian has got some cash together to do research into drivers’ behaviour when overtaking cyclists. The key question is, does wearing a cycle helmet affect things? We join him on his ride home from another

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Dr Ian And The Walkers – Part One

I’ve been kinda busy over the last week. But I did manage to squeeze in some time to Photoshop some road safety research so as to make it interesting to science fiction nerds: A long time ago, in a university

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So She Looked Up At Me And Said…

“Yes, it’s a full-face f**king helmet – It’s f**king dangerous riding a f**king bike around here. And if I see you photographing my f**king bike while I’m away, I’ll break your f**king kneecaps with my new front teeth. So p**s

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Do You Reckon I Should Start Shaving My Feet?

Just too funny for words – the Aussie version of Shit Cyclists Say: Just for the record – I’ve never said any of these things. Hardly any of them anyway.

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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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It’s Health & Safety Gone Mad

Some people say that riding a brakeless, 4m tall bike, in a crowd, along busy streets, amongst other motorised traffic isn’t the sort of thing we should be encouraging. What’s worse, there’s no helmet and no hi-viz. This is an

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