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Red Kite Prayer

Margin Walkers

I wrote this for Red Kite Prayer in 2013, but the song remains the same in 2023. I was a middle-class kid, as tormented by boredom as by the peer pressure

Winter Moths

This piece appeared on Red Kite Prayer in 2010. I was reminded of it by a moth clung to the side of the house the other day, and when I found the piece and

TCI Friday

TCI Friday works when you participate, like marriage counselling or the tango, or democracy. By this time, I have written this Friday discussion column

My Red Kite Prayer

A lot of you reading these words came to The Cycling Independent after a decade and a bit more of reading Red Kite Prayer. For everyone else, the occasional

TCI Friday

If you read my idealistic screed A Panacea the other day, then you might have taken issue with my idea to give people tax credits for bicycle and

TCI Friday

I have felt my heart break half way up a gray, dirt, hillside in the freezing rain. I have bonked, the energy leaving my legs/face/soul on sun-baked pavement

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