The History of the Bike

Tuesday 28 October 2014, by

Since its invention in 1817, the bike has been through a few revisions before evolving into the designs we see today. Nor has it always been the easiest or safest way to travel. Take ‘the boneshaker’ for example, which required …

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12 books to read before you die

Tuesday 14 October 2014, by

We all love a good book, whether you’re curled up on the sofa with a cup of tea or squashed on the tube with only the story in your hands to keep you calm.

And the choice is endless. We’ve …

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15 Money Saving Tips For Your Wedding Day

Wednesday 8 October 2014, by

Your wedding might be the best day of your life but can also prove to be the most expensive. We are usually tempted to spend, spend, spend but costs can quickly spiral out of control.

So how about purchasing a …

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The hot BBQ debate

Friday 12 September 2014, by

We’re in the peak of summer and for once, good ol’ Blighty is actually sweltering with heat! And what usually happens when there’s even a sliver of sunshine in the usually rain-sodden Britain? Yep, you’ve got it! Out comes the …

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The benefits of owning a scooter

Wednesday 3 September 2014, by

If you’re the sort who is regularly stuck in traffic, you’ve probably noticed the ease with which scooters seem to glide through the stickiest of jams. So have you ever considered whether owning a scooter would make more sense than …

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Convert to Convertibles This Summer

Friday 18 July 2014, by

If the idea of cruising round rainy old Blighty in a super-shiny convertible causes you to throw back your head in mock laughter, think again. You may be able to picture yourself driving one of the open-top cruisers in an …

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What type of driver are you?

Thursday 26 June 2014, by

Intro:

Like anywhere in life, the roads we drive on are full of stereotypes. Whilst some people blend in with the rest of the traffic, a few prefer to make a statement with the cars they drive.

Do you recognise …

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