I was going through some images from last year and came across some shots I took of John and Mischa from Cyclingo riding in their Smitten gear. We love the stuff so much that "rocking the dub-smitt" is a standard phrase at the shop, meaning the t-shirt and Franklin mini-jumper combo, and standard winter uniform too.
In this photo shoot, the guys had to deal with a gamut of conditions - standing around in the Ferntree cold while I frigged about with camera gear, riding the scary drop off, and being diplomatic (and charming, I though) when harassed by non-too-pleased walkers. All tests worthy of the dub-smit.
We are in Bangkok on our way to Lhasa. We intend to ride our recumbent trikes from Lhasa to Kathmandu via Mt Everest BC. We begin our ride on the 20th Sept and expect it to take 36 days. We are fully kitted out in Smitten merino! You can check out the 'Trikes on the Roof of the World' blogg to see where exactly we are on the 'Friendship Highway' at http://www.trikesrw.com/.
ROB PENNICOTT WILL ARRIVE IN HOBART AT 12 NOON TODAY. Come down to the Constitution Dock Hobart to see Rob and Mick come in as they near the finish of their circumnavigation of Australia. Smitten will be there to say hi too.https://follow.theyellowboatroad.com/blog