MMT has been a busy, busy boy since his last blog in late last month. A brief cold, trip to Perth, progressively increasing work and his daughter’s second birthday have all been massive distractions to the serious work of blogging. Those factors have also meant quite a bit less cycling than he would of liked.
Nevertheless, this is a lame attempt at doing a quick blog on the subject of infographics. This one is sourced from the US via the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition.
Its an effective sales pitch. MMT is feeling a little jipped, He hasn’t lost the 13lbs these guys claim that a commuter would lose. Mind you that probably has a lot to do with MMT’s love of milk based coffee and the chocolates his wife keeps in the fridge 😉
Until next time, ride safe
Work has been ridiculousily busy with a never ending stream of meetings. TUnfortunately this doesn’t leave alot of time for blogging and skiving off. Alas, the joys of having a new role in new org structure that is finding its way. Nevertheless, MMT saw this wonderful, if somewhat self serving infographic on FLAB Facebook the other day, and thought that it was worth sharing. The original can be found here, please don’t sue me Chain Reaction 😉
The obvious message is that cycling is good for you, go ride.
Until next time, ride safe
PS Go Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), Go you good thing…3 wins in the Giro sensational!!!
It has been a while since MMT posted a good cycling infographic. Happily, MMT stumbled across one, yesterday, in the FLAB group on Facebook. Some FLABer must have seen it on Twitter. As a happy plagiarist, MMT provides a link to the original content here Copenhagen Cycling Signals. MMT particularly likes the disapproval and bike stolen signals.
Until next time, ride safe.
Way back in 2015, I stumbled across a series of cartoons by a very funny cyclist called Dave Walker here’s the link. Mr Walker has been very busy and published a book of his work. As means of avoiding a law suit for plagiarism, this blog entry is a shameless plug for his book. Now depending on how ‘old school’ you are, you can either walk into your nearest bookstore and take pot luck or find it on Amazon.
Now the reason for the plug. I was walking down the stairs to my employer’s locker room, when I passed a fellow MAMIL going out for a run. No big deal, except for the really suspect choice of tight lycra shorts and top. Most runners I know tend to go for the light weight short and tank top combination. The choice of clothing was not helped by the MAMIL’s middle age spread, which MMT can happily report was significantly worse than his own.
Strictly speaking, MMT is throwing stones inside the glass house here and MMT is not wishing this runner into an early grave either. This MAMIL should be wholeheartedly applauded for his endeavours. Nevertheless, it wasn’t a great look. Possibly a Rocky style tracksuit may have been more flattering. However, it was this chance encounter that made me think of Mr Walker’s take on the inappropriate wearing of lyrca.
MMT says ‘chapeau’ Mr Walker. MMT adds that lyrca should never worn on public transport, unless its accompanied by a bicycle. Similarly, any male tendency to ‘spreading’ should be resisted.
Until next time, ride safe,