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Thoughts On A Car Free London

For a brief moment in early August the streets of London took on an idyllic, almost mesmerizing, charm. The noise of the internal combustion engine replaced with the gentle perspiration of families, young and old, pedaling the streets of the capital for the inaugural RideLondon event. The RideLondon event was conceived to build on the […]

New motionfox website

Welcome to the new! We’ve been beavering away in the background for a while now working on the new website and it’s finally arrived! We’ve added some cool new features like real multi-currency support for US dollars ($), Sterling (£) and Euro (€). We hope you enjoy the new features and look and feel […]

Bikeweek 2013

Posted by Rob Quigley on June 18, 2013 1 Comment Tweet   It’s Bikeweek all this week so we hope you are enjoying it! There are hundreds of (mostly) free events and there is sure to be something that tickles your fancy. If you don’t cycle much you can still have a great BikeWeek. You […]

Slower Speeds, Safer Streets

Posted by Rob Quigley on May 24, 2013 0 Comments Tweet   Green light for cyclists and pedestrians The 4th Annual “20 Is Plenty” conference in Coventry yesterday really made me think. Before I attended I thought 20 mph speed limits were a good idea but now I’m convinced of it. It’s simple, at slower […]

London City Marathon

Posted by Rob Quigley on April 23, 2013 2 Comments Tweet     The sun was beaming through the window when I woke up early on Sunday to go and see the London marathon. We knew a few friends doing it and they had been adamant that we had to tell them where along the […]