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Interest in Eye Book’s hilarious Crap Cycle Lanes is creating a chain reaction of interest in the Twittersphere and elsewhere. Featured in last month’s Architect’s Journal as the Book of the Month, Crap Cycle Lanes has now found its way on to the Guardian’s blog: http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/series/bike-blog. What started as a ‘farcility’ of the month on the Warrington Cycle Campaign’s website is now available as a great gift for cyclists, urban planners and anyone with a sense of humour.
EyeCycle’s very own Rob Ainsley has launched a new blog. In his announcement of its launch he wrote:
“Cycling in London has more than doubled in the last ten years – but looking at blogs and websites, you would hardly know it.
So I thought it was about time that someone started a cycling blog that was genuinely witty and fun to read; well illustrated; well informed; bang up to the minute with the issues; and, most important, refreshed every single day, giving you that regular office fix.
And who knows, one day that might happen. Instead, in the meantime, there’s my new blog ‘Real cycling’:
If you enjoy reading it half as much as I enjoy writing it, then I’ll enjoy writing it twice as much as you enjoy reading it.”
And if you missed it, he wrote the highly amusing and amazingly practical: 50 Quirky Bike Rides Around England and Wales. You should buy it and give it to a cycling friend.