Monday, 25 January 2010
I was flicking through a wedding magazine last week , only to find 3 photos of ladies on bikes, this one being my favourite of Bride and Groom with the beautiful pink Pashley Poppy. I am getting married in April and as a proud owner of a blue Pashley Poppy, (the perfect wedding bike if such a thing exists!) I am currently trying to work out as which point in the day we can jump on our bikes. I think cycling to the wedding could be dangerous as may be too nervous and cycling home afterwards is definitely not a good idea as we will have had a few drinkees, so I'm thinking we should cycle to the reception, after the ceremony. It may not be the most practical way to travel in a rather delicate vintage wedding dress but it will be fun.
I've found some great photos of like minded couples who have saddled up for the big day on great blog Green Wedding Shoes
Has anyone else pedaled their way to marital bliss?
Posted by Caz at 15:38
Monday, 18 January 2010
Saturday, 9 January 2010
Looking for a challenge this year, The London to Paris Great Cycle Fashion Ride, could be right up your street. Not only will you raise funds for the Environmental Justice foundation's fairer cotton Campaign but you'll get a days shopping in Paris and a chance to have an absolute ball from the looks of the film from last years ride.
"The 2009 fashion cycle ride was AMAZING! I met so many lovely people and although every inch of my body is hurting it was one of the best things I've ever done in my life!" Caroline Reader, Sept 2009
Dates: 14-18 July 2010
Challenge days: 4 days cycling, 1 day in Paris
What’s included: Travel by ferry to France and return to London on Eurostar, accommodation (3* hotels), mechanics, guides, medical support and meals
'Combine your love of fashion and feel for adventure by making a 300-mile bicycle journey between two of Europe’s iconic style capitals – London and Paris – to promote a fairer future for the fashion industry.'
So if like me cycling and shopping rate highly on your 'ways to have fun' list and you want to raise some funds for this fantastic cause give the EJF a call on 0207 239 3310 or check out their website for more info
Posted by Caz at 17:00
Sunday, 3 January 2010
With all the excitement of Christmas over and done with there no wonder we can feel a little blue come January. Our poor bicycle feel it to as they often get neglected in favour of warmer modes of transport on these crispy Januray mornings. So cheer yourself up and your bicycles with our Blue Sale. For the whole of January we are giving you 20% of selected Blue Products. Cyclechic products singing the blues so you don't have to are Swrve jeans, midnight blue Bern Baker, Lowie Merino handlebar covers and the rain poncho
Posted by Caz at 20:19