Tag Archives: England
Cambridge: cycling, studying, celebrating!
Cambridge. What have you heard about this city? That it is one of the oldest educational centers in Europe? That it is a famous university where 88 Nobel Prize winners were educated? And maybe you know that this city is 2000 … Continue reading
While it is quiet in our blog, things are humming outside it! Firstly, we arrived to London, stayed with awesome guys and picked up our bicycles from the Brompton factory!
До свидания, Saint-Petersburg!
On our way from St. Betersburg to London we have written the previuos post, and made this short video from our Godbye Party. Huge thanks to our friends and partners for makinf this night so sweet!
What dreams may come
Yesterday we have had a Goodbye Party, where we gave hugs to our friends, ate a bicycle cake, gave and received presents and rode Bromptons. Our friends asked us to fill this blog with some stories not only about interesting … Continue reading
Competition in Elegance, or Let’s Grow a Mustache in Advance!
The favorite material of Edward VII and George V – tweed – is back! Perhaps, you have seen these stylish gentlemen and ladies riding in cheerful company on their classic vintage bicycles and dressed in the style of the early … Continue reading
London Nocturne – a symphonic cycle race!
June, 7th, 2014. A warm summer night, on one hand – a curvy cycling track, on the other – a long gallery of pubs, in the middle – lots of smiling people, on the track – bicycles of all kinds… Sounds like … Continue reading
Miracles are handmade: Brompton factory tour
All recent months we’ve been tortured by the question “On what bikes do we go?” We talked to many travelers in blogs and forums, took all kinds of bicycles for test-drive, posted a poll, and finally Tasha went to England, … Continue reading
Yulias fantastic trip to the UK
Somewhere deep inside, I feel like a little princess. Thoughtful and capricious sometimes. There, some subjects live in my Kingdom –it’s my thoughts and dreams. Many of them have changed over the years, but one has always lived. It’s the desire … Continue reading