Perhaps they were being polite. Perhaps they really wanted to learn to cycle. Or perhaps my cycling evangelism has finally paid off.
The Met Police's new "Report It To Stop It" campaign is a step in the right direction, even if my own experience of reporting a sex crime on public transport was bungled from start to finish and left me with no desire to ever make another report. Is this a sign that times are changing?
It turns out that there's more to west London than Shepherds Bush, and more to Slough than David Brent
What a difference a year makes.
London is greater than Westfield. YOU are greater than Westfield.
I spent Valentine's Day sleeping with Sherlock and my boyfriend didn't even mind. (Aka a review of the Museum of London's all-night sleepover themed around the greatest of detectives)
They may be touristy, but it doesn't mean they're bad. Here are some deservedly popular attractions to keep firmly on your "to visit" list
Following on from my post about how drivers can make life easier for cyclists, here are some tips for cyclists from a motorist's perspective
There's no question that cyclists need separate lanes from motorised traffic. But until that day arrives, here are some things drivers can do to help their fellow road-users, and improve their own journeys into the bargain.
So many people like the idea of cycling but simply don't know where to begin. From one late-starter to another, here are my tips for taking to London's streets with the minimum of fear, fuss, and damage to one's social life