Get cycling – best gift of them all

  Whether you’re a first-time rider (more of my personal tips for first-timers) or a regular cyclist looking to improve your skills, did you know that TfL fund free, tailored courses to suit your individual abilities and goals. I personally had no idea, so...

Top back (pack)

Backpacks have become a bit of a necessity for smooth commute by bicycle. With plenty of space to hold all your belongings, occasional bike lock and maybe even a laptop, giving you ability to go hands free they make an ultimate practical bag. And thanks for the 90s...

Smart cycling wearing commuter trousers by A.W.A

    A.W.A or Alice With Alex is a great new brand created by two urban cyclists for urban cyclists. A.W.A are seriously passionate about fashion designing high-end garments without compromising on style and ensuring that the clothes are comfortable,...

Hello Autumn

MAC Bershka (similar HERE) Cullotes & Jumper H&M (similar HERE) BAG 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli Backpack BICYCLE  Tokyobike Bisou in Ivory Grey SHOES Primark     On Sunday, we went for a cycle by canal especially to have brunch at my favourite place...

Best of Celebrities & Bikes

Everyone loves to bike, celebrities included. And if you are still unsure whether to jump on the cycling to work wagon, here is why you should. Personally I find it hard to find a suitable look even before I get on a bike, but these celebs surely know how to maintain...

 

 

 

 

 

This months product is Barbour’s windproof jacket. Not only waterproof it is also made from breathable material suitable for cycling around.

Real life. Real women. Real power.

I started this project of interviewing and photographing women to learn more about what inspires us to get on our bikes, where we ride, what we ride and what we love to wear riding. 

Project V – Jacqui

  Project V stands for Project Velondonista and consists of a collection of street style images of women with their bikes in London (‘real life Velondonistas’). The idea behind the project is to encourage women to cycle in London, and to show that cycling and...

Project V – Kate

  As you might be aware already Project V stands for Project Velondonista and consists of a collection of street style photographs of women with their bikes in London i.e ‘real life Velondonistas’. The idea behind the project is to encourage more women to cycle...

Project V – Fabienne and Heli

As you might be aware already Project V stands for Project Velondonista and consists of a collection of street style photographs of women with their bikes in London i.e ‘real life Velondonistas’. The idea behind the project is to encourage more women to cycle in...

Project V – Hannah

Project V stands for Project Velondonista and consists of a collection of street style photographs of women with their bikes in London i.e ‘real life Velondonistas’. The idea behind the project is to encourage more women to cycle in London & to show that cycling...

PROJECT V – Sarah

Project V stands for Project Velondonista and consists of a collection of street style photographs of women with their bikes in London i.e ‘real life Velondonistas’. The idea behind the project is to encourage more women to cycle in London & to show that cycling...

Rain, bikes and Frankfurt stopover

  Earlier in November I visited Frankfurt, although you probably can’t call that a visit given that I literally spent 4.5 hours there. With my short flight stopover it meant that I had some hours to kill so instead of spending the whole of my time at the airport...

Folkestone – best kept secret seaside getaway

Last weekend we continued on exploring the Great British countryside that is easiely commutable from London & having previously visited Suffolk this time we took our bikes with us all the way to Kent seaside. We caught a High Speed train from St Pancras...

Suffolk’s delights – Dedham Vale and beyond

  Last weekend we spent the days chasing the sun (or running away from the rain more like) in Suffolk countryside just an hour or so drive North East of London. It also so happened to be National Trust’s open weekend which meant we finally had a chance to...

THAILAND THEN (2008) & NOW (2016)

Having visited this wonderful country earlier in the year again (straight after my Australia trip to Melbourne and Perth) it was definitely time for me to share the unforgettable experiences with you. Quite frankly I cannot recommend this destination highly enough...

24HRS IN MOSCOW

Arriving 1am at Sheremetyevo airport, it was diiffult to ignore the sheer size and neon lights across Russia’s capital, this city clearly never sleeps.  It has been over 10 years since my last trip here and things have noticeably changed. The capital is now...