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14.08.10 by Buffalo Bill
Well, you’re looking in the wrong place, really, as I am having one of those ‘my work here is done’ interregna. Moving Target has had many – from memory the longest one lasted from 1995 – 1999. I hope to return this blog to more active service soon, albeit with myself taking a less prominent writing role. After all, Moving Target is supposed to be by, for & about bicycle messengers and couriers, not just a soap-box for me.
In the meantime, you could do a lot worse than check out this excellent blog by a real actual working London courier, and in particular this post, entitled Boycott Knog and Titta’s blog isn’t half bad (by which I mean: it’s very good indeed – also by an actual real working London courier) either – I recommend this post about the attempt to unionise Dublin’s couriers.
In other news, this episode of the Bike Show features one of the best UK frame-builders, Ron Cooper. I was lucky enough to own one of his frames, and it was a fantastic ride. The frame was originally built for Andy Capp, and the picture at the top is of another, newer Cooper that Cappa had built.
Corey's epilogue to photogate
Photographer's response to photogate
Corey's response to Kenda's response
Kenda Tyres / Tires response to photogate
Corey calls for a boycott of Kenda Tyres
The end of the road for the Bike Show
London's couriers mark the street
No Bike Week
Leicester cargo bike service a success