The Bloomer Club

In Victorian and Edwardian times, women were ostracised for riding bicycles, criticised for designing more suitable riding costumes and lampooned by a male-dominated press. Before cars and motorcycles took over in the the early 1900s, cycle racing was the world’s biggest sport. But female racing champions were written out of history. Ordinary women who rode …

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1910s Goods Carrier Bike at Gold Hill

  My wife Soraya booked us 2 nights airb&b for a half-term break near Shaftesbury in Dorset. By coincidence I happened to have a carrier bike on the van. Inspired by the Hovis advert, this afternoon I took photos of it at the same location on Gold Hill

Tandem & Sidecars

1937 BSA T74 PILED ARMS TANDEM with Watsonian Model 8 Two-seater Juvenile Sidecar. Plus a unique Watsonian pedal car. This is one of my favourite exhibits at the Online Bicycle Museum, click here to take a look