I’m Calum Rogers, I’ve been riding and racing bikes since late 2017. I’ve tried out MTB, cyclocross, audax, crit racing, and cycle touring, and I’ll be using my blog to share my experiences and lessons learned.
In ordinary life, I’ve worked for four years in the built environment and engineering sector, doing bid writing, communications and public relations work. At the same time, I was supporting the National Trust at the Cliveden Estate and on the Maidenhead and Cookham Commons as a volunteer ranger. I left to read a full time Master’s Degree at SOAS in late 2018, during which I worked as a cycle courier to stay in revenue.
You can find out more about me via my LinkedIn account. I am always interested in supporting anything bikes, particularly in London and the South East, particularly initiatives that popularise cycling among under represented communities.
I’m currently working in the cycling advocacy sector, helping more people embrace life on wheels in and around London.
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ITV London News: I spoke with journalist Antoine Allen as a representative of the London Cycling Campaign on why cycle theft at hospitals was a critical problem and barrier to cycling
Francis Cade Youtube channel: I represented the London Cycling Campaign in showing why the it was important that the Royal Parks stop through-traffic on Richmond Park roads
Francis Cade Youtube channel: I represented LCC sharing why the COVID crisis made it a priority to enable safe and enjoyable cycling in London, and the key ways this should be achieved