Tag Archives: France

Rolling without roll with Paul Fournel

As you drink your coffee and consider how nice it would be to have just one forbidden cinnamon roll, he rides in circles inside his book, patiently waiting for you to reappear and continue the conversation. Continue reading

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Randonneuring Brompton at rest in France

Britain’s largest bicycle manufacturer makes one of the smallest useful bicycles on the planet: the 16-inch-wheeled Brompton. And as much as I admire the machine, I’m amazed that someone would ride a Brompton in one of the world’s oldest bicycle … Continue reading

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