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Gus

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Events
May 9, 2017

Tweed Run London 2017

Tweed Run 2017 is my three-peat. Attending for the third year in a row, I was going solo this time around. But there were plenty of familiar faces that only added…
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Musings
May 4, 2017

5 reasons to bike and shoot

The Rolling Spoke blog revolves around two passions of mine. Riding a bicycle and photography. While…
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Musings
April 18, 2017

Consider a Vanmoof fancy-pants

Getting a ticket on your bike can mean incarceration is close at hand. (more…)
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Pedal Mode
March 11, 2017

Bicycle Street Photography Spring 2017

When shooting street photography in famous places, it's easy to end up with clichéd pictures,…
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Musings
March 6, 2017

Vondelpark Noir

Vondelpark is an ideal spot for some lucid escapism. (more…)
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Rear View Wheel vol.8
Rear View Wheel
February 14, 2017

Rear View Wheel vol.8
Valentine’s Day Edition

This is the Valentine's Day edition of the Rear View Wheel Series. (more…)
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The Bicycle
February 2, 2017

Bicycle Monoart

Monoart is a popular photographic concept on Instagram involving images of a purely monochromatic theme.…
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The Bicycle
January 23, 2017

The Bells of Amsterdam

At one time considered to be blasphemous by cyclists, the bike bell is an utter…
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Pedal Mode
January 7, 2017

Days of Fog

Nature sent me a New Year's gift. Amsterdam was wrapped up in several days of fog. (more…)
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The Bicycle
December 27, 2016

Bicycles of Amsterdam 2016

Like the 17th century homes that line the canals, so do the bicycles of Amsterdam.…
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Pedal Mode
December 22, 2016

Bicycle Street Photography winter 2016

Street photography is an exercise in observing with the intent to capture moments that tell…
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Rear View Wheel
December 18, 2016

Rear View Wheel vol.7
Year End 2016

The last post of 2016 ends with the Rear View Wheel series. Bicycles roll, people…
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Musings
October 31, 2016

Jeepers Creepers

Whenever I go bike hunting, I think of my brain as an open receptacle. Cruising…
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