Getting into Cycling by Angus from www.cyced.co.uk

I’ve been given the pleasure by Joe to talk about beginner cycling on Cyclegeezer. Having been road cycling for 2 years now, I’ve become a confident commuter and hobby cyclist. But before that I wasn’t sure as to why I should cycle nor how to overcome my fear of the roads. Let me tell you, […]

How to look after your upcycled inner-tube / tyre gift.

Although the Inner-tubes and tyres are pretty sturdy, here are some care tips to ensure that you get the best out of your purse, wallet, belt or bracelet! Avoid contact against sharp surfaces to minimise scratching. Wash in warm clean water with no soap or detergents. Wipe off excess water with a soft towel and […]

Second is a first place loser

While most gold medals are solid gold, notable exceptions are gold-plated and often silver-gilt, like those of the Olympic Games, the Lorentz Medal, the United States Congressional Gold Medal and the Nobel Prize medal. Nobel Prize medals consist of 18 carat green gold plated with 24 carat gold. Before 1980 they were struck in 23 […]