This is a nice wide road (St Giles), where cyclists can get away with cycling two abreast. The joy of seeing cyclists two abreast!
The Eagle and Child in the background was a haunt of J.R.R. Tolkien. Tolkien was a keen cyclist and would always cycle into town. For a short time, he owned a car, but after the war ditched it; Tolkien was very concerned at how the Oxfordshire countryside was being spoilt by new roads and the rise of the motorcar (and that was in the 1950s, I don’t know what Tokien would make of it now.)
Ragamala and Mary Shelley, and a cyclist.
On your marks, get set. Go!
A pair of students and a pair of cyclists.
A little Brompton and a big jacket.
Off to exam with pink bag.
Nice yellow bike, not sure about the Lime green rims, but each to his own.
Room for two.
Walking along the pavement.
Blue bike under pinkish tree.
It’s not always idyllic. Signalling in the rain.
Bag over shoulder.