Carradice and Victor & Liberty: a cross-Pennine colloboration

Luckily, Lucy’s been here before. We’re weaving through a network of terraced streets in Nelson, Lancashire when she cries, ‘There it is!’ A tiny sign points down a cobbled side road. Here, tucked behind the rows of houses, is the Carradice factory. For some cyclists, a trip to Carradice is a little pilgrimage. Wilf Carradice made himself a cycling bag … Continue reading

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Bike bag memories

What’s in your bike bag? Squashed banana, two dog-eared maps and some unidentified tent pegs? Laptop, lunchbox and a copy of Rouleur? A week’s worth of food shopping? Spare inner tube, tyre levers and a credit card? While cycling itself is the definition of freedom – just hop on and go – how to carry our stuff has always presented … Continue reading

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