Richard Harris

Richard Harris

Richard and I sat down in the tea room at Re~Cycle’s warehouse in Wormingford, surrounded by maps showing their partners in Africa and posters of what they’re upto. The charity have sent over 114,000 bikes to their partners over the years and they’re not slowing up...
Wivenhoe Bike Kitchen

Wivenhoe Bike Kitchen

On a chilly Monday evening at the end of January I took a ride to meet Jo and Jay, founders of Wivenhoe Bike Kitchen. I leant my bike against the fence outside their workshop in the Canoe Store at the old Cook’s Shipyard in Wivenhoe, knocked on the door, and was...
Catherine and Stuart Johnson 

Catherine and Stuart Johnson 

This month I met Catherine and Stuart Johnson for a cup of tea and a catch up at The Minories tearoom. We talked about cycle campaigning, utility cycling and how riding a bike quite simply puts a smile on your face!   How did you first start cycling?  Stuart: I’ve...
Lucy Mondon

Lucy Mondon

This month’s interview is with Lucy Mondon. Lucy tells us about how getting an e-bike has given her a new found confidence in cycling on the road, as well as some tips and tricks about how to get the most out of your  e-bike! How did you first start cycling? ...
Liz Bethell

Liz Bethell

This month we chatted with Liz Bethell from St James’ Primary School about her work as a bikeability instructor, growing up on her bike as a bit of a tomboy and how she’s held onto her favourite bike for a long time… How did you first start cycling? I’ve been riding a...
Willow Mitchell

Willow Mitchell

This month I caught up with Willow Mitchell and found out all about how she went from pootling around the country lanes on her bike as a kid to working on exciting behaviour change projects with Sustrans. Via Brighton and Berlin of course. Although we both live and...
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