- The Olympics: humanity on display
- Bombay is going green!
- Beyond the headlines: Svein Tuft at the 2013 Tour de France
- Truth, and winning at all costs.
- What goes around comes around: Vancouver relives its cycling history
- A First Nation’s call for help
- On being Freshly Pressed…
- Happy belated birthday baby!
- Corporate greed: the plight of Indian Alphonso mangoes and the message of the Occupy movement.
- Soul sport: much more than the Tour de France.
- The Human Spirit
- Reading the leaves after Three Cups of Tea.
- A Thin Red Line: Expecting the Unexpected While Bicycling India’s Malabar Coast.
- We Will Never Be Here Again: the amazing story of Svein Tuft, the greatest Canadian cyclist few have ever heard of...
- The greatest gift, and the point of no return.
Author Archives: M Mauchline
According to United Nations predictions, mother earth welcomed her seven-billionth child on October 31, 2011. If we play the odds, it was probably a boy, and probably born in either China, or India. Regardless of gender, or home nation, happy … Continue reading
What do the spate of Occupy movements around the world have to do with a group of protesting Indian fruit growers back in the mid 1990’s? Well, at first glance, perhaps nothing. But for me, it is probably closer to … Continue reading
Bastille Day has come and gone. It’s mid July and cycling aficionados the world over are having to adjust their much-varied, geographical time clocks. For people who follow this sort of thing, it is the height of the professional season, and … Continue reading
So, what is wrong with this picture? We could start with the fact that it is a depiction of the flagrant destruction of public property in the form of a police cruiser. Then, we could point out the not-so-subtle spitting … Continue reading
Ten years ago, I was in northern Thailand bicycling, taking in the vibe, and hanging out with a group of young artists as I escaped a portion of a Vancouver winter. My thoughts returned to that time recently, as my … Continue reading
It is a sad day indeed when our heroes fall from grace. The publishing of Greg Mortenson’s novel Three Cups of Tea provided readers with inspiration, hope and a desire for positive change; a counterweight to Bush-era foreign policy in … Continue reading