After every ride, I like to give the bike a wash. Exceptions, of course, are during the summer months when there's a thin coat of dry dust. For those rides, the chain gets a wipe and things carry on. It's not dusty at the minute though. And
Getting the opportunity to doodle on people's cycling helmets has been great. Over the last few weeks, I've had an array of messages on social media for people offering up their helmets for me to test a few things and get properly used to sketching on different
Flannel comes as part of the territory with mountain bikers, right? Isn't it that you're not a mountain biker truly unless you've got a flannel shirt. Of course, that's a load of old rubbish but I can't help but enjoy a good flannel shirt all the same.
Wow! Your Instagram looks awesome and you've got more than 10k followers! You must be a pro. That wasn't quite how the message read in my DMs but it also wasn't far off. I've paraphrased. It's poetic license. Uhm, no. That's not quite how it works on Instagram.