Tag: london

Listen to Reverend Pat take the psalms to the people by cargobike

The lockdown has affected church services as well. The vicar at St Peter’s church in Notting Hill, Reverend Pat Allerton has hired a Christiania bike from London Green Cycles, to project his sermon and a powerful Amazing Grace to the local community. He also rides to major hospitals where patients

Time & Talents rolls out Cycling Without Age initiative

Originally published on Cargobike Life Following a generous donation from United Saint Saviour’s, a venerable charity based in Southwark and founded in 1541, Time & Talents kicked off an exciting initiative in October 2016, a chapter of Cycling Without Age in Rotherithe, with three cycle taxis. Cycling Without Age is

The Skip Garden’s Flying Cafe

The Skip Garden is a marvellous initiative run by Global Generation: a vegetable garden in the King’s Cross development. The harvested vegetables are used to prepare meals served at the Garden. They now have purchased a Christiania catering tricycle, especially fitted out by our London dealer, London Green Cycles, and

The palette is the limit

There are many ways to customise a Christiania to reflect your brand. Here is how Studio Moross‘s tricycle shows the vibrancy of its creative output. And below is the window of one of Pure‘s outlets:

Advent season

Be it to transport presents or the gifts of life, a Christiania tricycle makes December more fun and enjoyable.

Suburban dream

The growth in cycling in London has been fairly selective: at 8:30 some junctions will see thirty plus cyclists at each phase of the traffic lights and over many bridges, bicycles are the most common vehicle. However outside the rush-hour and away from the main commuter routes to Central London,

Transporting a baby

Simply Bikes has a guest post by Juliet Kemp, London-based Christiania Mum. Her son has just graduated from car seat to soft seat. She has some words of advice. We had an extra lap belt fitted to the floor of the cargo box, and acquired a second-hand car seat to

Collecting a double bed

Muji charges £35 for home delivery, but one can collect from one of their shops for free. I live three kilometres away, and loading and transporting a new double bed was very easy on Christiania Long tricycle; I could park right in front of the store in Tottenham Court Road

White bread, not.

The best bread in the Universe is now being delivered by the best cargo bike in the Universe. OK, opinions vary; but this bike we have just supplied to Poilâne looks terrific.

Mobility regained, by James Cracknell

  Olympic champion, adventurer and columnist for the Telegraph James Cracknell bought a Christiania – and wrote about it in the Telegraph’s Motoring section. Back in 2010 Cracknell was struck by a lorry whilst cycling across the United States. He has told the tale a number of times and here

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