This album gets better everytime I hear it.
It’s @cycletoworkday and I’m on holiday. I cycle to work everyday. So this morning I cycled to 4 stores in support of it. White City / Regent St / Covent Garden / Stratford City #cycletoworkday #cycle #london #london_only @rapha @statebicycleco
The finished product boeuf en croute #yum @lucieloves @madamegautier_traiteur @threeuk #feelathome.
Just finished a French cooking class with @lucieloves @madamegautier_traiteur @threeuk #feelathome it was fantastic
Boom ! A sailor Jerry’s beard and a haircut which includes Guinness. Lovely rooftop drink at Visions Festival in London Fields
The weekend just gone me and the boys decided on a cycling trip to the wonderful Norfolk coast. With all of us pretty new to cycling (especially long distance) we thought the Norfolk coast would be perfect as its primarily flat.
We stayed at my parents place in Heacham known for its beautiful sunsets. Heres a photo journey and a video with some of the antics and many selfies along the way.
It all started with a train journey from London to Leicestershire to meet with Matt (driver and host for the first evening).
Arriving safely it was time to get this bike attached to the car.
A nice relaxing evening at Matts and a beautiful morning to get burnt and shat on, we waited for Tom’s arrival and get his bike mounted.
Next up was John’s arrival and our second car for the trip. Time to get everything packed up and head to Norfolk.
We arrived around 6pm and cracked open the Coronas my mum left us (cheers mum). Boom #BOYSBOYSBIKES selfie was initiated and would be the main pose for the trip.
Time for some seaside chip selfies and sunsets.
As soon as the sun had set we did what any other group of lads would do … head to the arcade. Sick.
After a night of poker and whiskey it was time for our epic ride. We decided on a 67km round trip to Wells-next-the-sea and back. Here are some photos and Strava details from it.
When we got back from the ride it was another beautiful sunset. This calls for one thing … a BBQ.
The following day we decided to hit up the pool in the morning before another ride out to a pub and back. This means one thing … pool selfie.
The pub we rode out to was a home away from home “The Orange Tree”. A lovely pint of Guinness and a 24km ride back to another BBQ and see my parents who were meeting us in the evening.
After a 1hr 40min train journey back to London there was one more quick 16km cycle back home in the sunshine to end the perfect trip. With a total of 107km clocked on the bike and the best company. Cheers boys.
Heres the video :
Beautiful day at Kew Gardens #london_only
The tree top walk #kewgardens #london_only
The barefoot walk at Kew Gardens @waggs #london_only
At the Japanese gardens #kewgardens #london_only
Beautiful day in Kew Gardens with @waggs
@waggs and @lucieloves in Kew Gardens #summer #london
Today I’ve helped @anyforty setup the #AnyFortycharitygroupshow which will open tomorrow at 6pm at the 5th Base Gallery, Brick Lane, London.
If you’re in London tomorrow or over the weekend, please head down and check out the amazing display of work and purchase some great prints or tees. All proceeds going to charity.
Heres a little more info snipped from the AnyForty blog :
A3 prints will be able to be purchased from the gallery on the night for a bargain £20.
Fear not if you’re out of the country or simply can’t make it down/across/up to London, for there will be a one week only pre sale of the poster prints going up on AnyForty.com from Monday 28th July at 7pm, you’ll have 7 days to purchase prints from the show, they will then be produced to demand, and delivered to you within the following couple of weeks.
There will also be 5 limited edition t-shirts produced for the show, strictly limited to 50 of each that we’ll be selling 25 of the 50 at the gallery over the 4 days, then 25 of them online from the 28th, alongside a very special AnyForty x StickerApp sticker pack, containing 6 die cut stickers. 100 of the packs will be sold at the gallery show for £10 and the remaining 50 of them will also go online on the 28th at 7pm. (GMT)
So there you have it, loads of great goodies to buy from some incredibly talented artists, with ALL PROFITS going to the UK charity CALM at the end of August once we’ve sold everything. The show opens Thursday night with a very special launch party going on from 6pm till 9pm, features a drinks supplied by our good pals at Translate Bar Shoreditch which are available for a £1 minimum donation, live musical entertainment by our beatboxing bredrin Hobbit and friends, and a sick dj set by the incredible The Last Skeptik. If that’s not enough good stuff, then once the gallery closes at 9pm we’ll be taking the party over to Translate to really let our hair down and celebrate a great and succesfull event that we’ve worked incredibly hard on!
The show opens Thursday 24th July, 6-9pm and runs Friday 25th July, 12pm-6pm, Saturday 26th July, 12pm-6pm and closes Sunday 27th July, 12pm-6pm.
Online sale begins Monday 28th July, 7pm.
For those of you coming to the gallery here’s all the information you need on it below, stick the post code in your smartish phone and get following it’s instructions. See you on Thursday from 6, bring cash monies or your debit card (we can accept card payments thanks to PayPal supplying us with a PayPal Here device) and get ready to show some support for a great cause.
5th Base Gallery, 23 Heneage St, BRICK LANE, London, E1 5LJ - See more at:http://blog.anyforty.com/#sthash.svQIwxpq.dpuf