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Pantomime

So what’s this summer’s sport? Tennis? (Wimbledon: Scottish lad done good) Cycling? (Tour de France: Kenyan / South African lad done good) Cricket? (Ashes: Australian lads done good enough not to win) No. It’s Nicewaycode.com bashing. If you don’t know

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This Cyclist Is Freaking Me Out

There’s something beautiful about a tandem. The way the captain & stoker’s legs are in sync… Heck – even politicians [allegedly] have to agree & work together to keep things moving forward… There have been some improvements in tandem technology

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Friday Caption Contest – Seeking Corporate Sponsorship

You probably noticed that there was no caption contest last week – I was too busy watching TV, and waving a Union Jack to bother with such trivialities. Either that, or just taking advantage of the day off work to

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Selling Miss Daisy

I spent Sunday creating an Ebay listing for my tandem, Daisy. Bought to get me & Von SmallHaussen through the Dunwich Dynamo together, she’s now served her purpose. I’ll be sad to see her go . . . but the

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Friday Bicycle Photo Caption Competition: Tandem Edition

Last week I did a stint on the CoBi UK John O’Groats to Lands End record attempt . I did just one day, which was about as tough as it gets. The two organisers Ed and Jack are doing THIRTY

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If You Go Down To The Woods Today…

… well not today, but at the weekend, you’re sure of a big, bright yellow, two-saddled, sit-up-and-admire-the-view surprise: Daughter’s Best Friend’s Parents (DBFP) own some woodland south of Durham, so we’d loaded up the tandem with some camping stuff, and

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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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