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Coming Up in Summer 2017 - The Best Cycle Events

Coming Up in Summer 2017 - The Best Cycle Events

June 07, 2017

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A Minor Miracle in Brixton

A Minor Miracle in Brixton

February 24, 2017

In this instalment, we stumble upon a tasty and educational urban oasis, in the heart of Brixton.

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Extreme Commuting in West Africa

Extreme Commuting in West Africa

February 03, 2017

Beeline co-founder Tom has done a fair share of (ad)venturing off the beaten path, including in West Africa. On both two and four wheels. Sometimes feet. Alfie, Tom’s good friend and partner in crime in said adventures, is not one to settle for the mundane.

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How G.I. Joe Saved 1000+ British Soldiers

How G.I. Joe Saved 1000+ British Soldiers

January 13, 2017

Pigeons. Fouler of statues. Urban scourge. Relentless beggar for your lunch. War hero. Excuse me? You heard right.

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Behold, the World’s Smallest Park

Behold, the World’s Smallest Park

December 01, 2016

In this instalment Paul, our intrepid Beeliner in Portland, Oregon, takes us to visit the tiny but lively Mills End Park.

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Will Wandering Make Your Brain Beefier?

Will Wandering Make Your Brain Beefier?

November 18, 2016

Do you want to know how to become famous in Iceland, without starting a band? Get lost. Really lost. That’s what Noel Santillan experienced when he ended up driving nearly 240 miles off course because of a single letter missing in the address he entered.

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The Tale of a Dog and Their Man

The Tale of a Dog and Their Man

November 07, 2016

We like to fancy ourselves as adventurers, untethered by convention or route planners when it comes to navigation. Our grand notions were put in perspective after we heard about a man from Austin, Texas, who’s been on the road for three years. With his dog. On a bike. By accident.
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Hidden Treasure Beneath Burnside Bridge

Hidden Treasure Beneath Burnside Bridge

October 31, 2016

Paul, our roving Beeliner from Portland, Oregon, takes us under the skin of one of the USA’s top cycling cities.
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Follow the Yellow Brick Bike Path

Follow the Yellow Brick Bike Path

October 24, 2016

I’ll kick things off with a journey by bike to Powell’s – apparently, the world’s largest independent bookstore- in Portland, Oregon.
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Man vs machine: Can you beat Google?

Man vs machine: Can you beat Google?

October 15, 2016

When people try Beeline for themselves, they come back with a big grin on their face. They find it liberating, fun and engaging. However, before trying it, some people’s reactions can be quite nervous. They worry about what will happen to them if left to their own devices without clear turn-by-turn instructions? “Won’t I get stuck down dead ends?” “What if I go the wrong way down a one way street?”
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The Blue Flame

The Blue Flame

September 30, 2016

The Blue Flame is one of the wonders of the ancient world that is the West Country. Like its larger and slightly-more-ancient cousins, the Flame is imbued with it’s own kind of magnetism— a monument to an older, slower, calmer world. Like a cidery Mecca, the faithful flock to this hallowed place with the regularity of the seasons— and indeed, the Flame is best enjoyed in the warmer months, as a coda to the fabulous Mendip-and-moorland riding on offer just beyond the fringes of Bristol.
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