A trip to the Design Museum revealed bikes as Design Icons rather than machines for high performance , or in the case of the Moulton an exercise in quirky British innovation
The Moulton brought back memories . My father always aspired to own one , but motivated by a keen sense of value bought instead its Raleigh competitor , which as a substitute for the Moulton’s much vaunted suspension , sported massively thick tyres instead . It was not a joy to ride .
The icons of style included bikes ridden by cycling heroes Boardman and Wiggins which made my own look decidedly humdrum by comparison .
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