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Oxford Today readers share their fondest memories of spending time on two wheels at University. Last year, we asked you to recount your fondest memories of cycling in Oxford as a student. We had an overwhelming response of wonderful stories — some touching, others interesting, and several just plain funny — which shows just how integral the bicycle is to life in the city.

My bicycle was stolen, but we found it in town so phoned the police to ask what to do. Instantly converting vertical and rapid forward momentum into a spiraling horizontal slide, still attached to the pedals and seated on the saddle, across both traffic lanes, due to black ice all across the Abingdon Road on a moonless night in , en route from Lincoln to the OCMS later Templeton. Then biking away, uninjured.

Neil Wolff Lincoln, It was the first day of the great freeze and the Broad was covered with compressed snow. I mounted my bike and turned the wrong way. I landed on my bottom. Norman Franklin Balliol, With a wicker basket strapped to the handlebar and attached by struts to the front wheel, my student bicycle was good for carrying heavyweight textbooks.

Hitting a pothole at Cowley Road roundabout, a sheared fork left me steering to safety. That basket may have saved my life! On a whim, decided to cycle round the Oxford Ring Road with some friends one night circa Weather not great, it was hard work and rather further than we thought The proudest achievement, of my whole life was cycling the whole length of the Marston Ferry Road cycle track without my hands on the handlebars.

There are various barriers now, so maybe my feat will go unchallenged. Jill Meara Brasenose, Tom Simchak Mansfield, My fondest memory of cycling in Oxford is cycling back from the Dominos pizza outlet near the station to college with 6 pizzas balanced on top of the handlebars. I remember my friend Chris courteously offering me a lift on the somewhat delicate luggage rack of his fast, sporty bike to take me home to St Hilda's after a Catz disco.

I broke it, but he never complained. I bought some ice cream in the High, put this in the basket on the rear of my bicycle and cycled back to Jericho. All that remained was a pool of liquid covering my rear wheel.

It was the summer of , one of the hottest years on record. When up at Pembroke College in the early s, I played with the City of Oxford Silver Band and went to practices on my bicycle with my cornet in its case strapped to the carrier.

On one winter occasion, it was dark and I sensed a fellow cyclist coming up behind me. I glanced behind and recognised a member of HM constabulary who was peddling hard. Fearing that an encounter was best avoided, I pedalled harder but he gave chase. As he had a superior set of gears, he caught up with me and, as feared, it was not an entirely social occasion.

Apparently, my back light was not working. Howard Maskill Pembroke, I was cycling down a narrow street when a policeman stopped me. If a car came the other way and hit you, you wouldn't have a leg to stand on.

Edward Dommen Balliol, In my first year, some friendly Somerville undergraduates invited me to formal hall.

I cycled from Holywell Manor to Somerville, unaware of how much revelry lay ahead. On my way home, I crashed into the cycle stand outside Balliol. I wisely locked up my bike and stumbled the rest of the way. My fondest memory of cycling in Oxford was returning from a postgraduate fancy-dress party with a friend, both of us dressed in WWF panda outfits!

As we cycled down Banbury road, car drivers were giving extreme double-takes at the sight of two slightly unsteady pandas. Summer of 81, outside the Newman Bookshop, a girl on a bike asked me how to get to Iffley Road.

After another 2 years we were married, at the Chapel of St Thomas More, behind the bookshop. The shop is no more, but we are more. Julian Ashton Oriel, Cycling up the High to evensong at Jesus, gown billowing and bottle of wine ready for formal hall with friends afterwards.

However much the essay crisis loomed, it always inspired. Lucy Stevens Jesus, Cycling along the towpath from Folly Bridge to Weirs Lane, where my best friend and fellow student of Oriental Studies had a mooring for her narrowboat 'Qassedak' Persian for dandelion , my bike basket piled high with Ottoman and Persian dictionaries. We would spend our evenings translating set texts together.

Ruth Davis Brasenose, My fondest memory is the story that after the famous biochemist Professor Sir Hans Krebs, Fellow of Trinity College, passed away, his personal bicycle was for public sale or auction and the note read: Dickon Peter Yau Trinity, As an American in Oxford, I embraced the cycling culture but struggled with some of the trans-Atlantic terminology.

Image by Oxford University Images. While this site will remain, for all new content please visit www. Skip to main content. Home Features Sentimental Cycling. Winner My bicycle was stolen, but we found it in town so phoned the police to ask what to do.

Neil Wolff Lincoln, January Norman Franklin Balliol, With a wicker basket strapped to the handlebar and attached by struts to the front wheel, my student bicycle was good for carrying heavyweight textbooks. Tom Simchak Mansfield, Fully Loaded My fondest memory of cycling in Oxford is cycling back from the Dominos pizza outlet near the station to college with 6 pizzas balanced on top of the handlebars.

Howard Maskill Pembroke, I was cycling down a narrow street when a policeman stopped me. Edward Dommen Balliol, Late Nights In my first year, some friendly Somerville undergraduates invited me to formal hall. Julian Ashton Oriel, Only in Oxford Cycling up the High to evensong at Jesus, gown billowing and bottle of wine ready for formal hall with friends afterwards. Lucy Stevens Jesus, Cycling along the towpath from Folly Bridge to Weirs Lane, where my best friend and fellow student of Oriental Studies had a mooring for her narrowboat 'Qassedak' Persian for dandelion , my bike basket piled high with Ottoman and Persian dictionaries.

Ruth Davis Brasenose, My fondest memory is the story that after the famous biochemist Professor Sir Hans Krebs, Fellow of Trinity College, passed away, his personal bicycle was for public sale or auction and the note read: Find out more Cycling Competition. Cycling from London to Oxford. Safe Cycling in Oxford. The Laboratory With Leaves Part Most read Dockless bikes arrive in Oxford, and they're free Oxford's first 'Uber-for-bikes' bike sharing scheme has begun.

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There are various barriers now, so maybe my feat will go unchallenged. Jill Meara Brasenose, Tom Simchak Mansfield, My fondest memory of cycling in Oxford is cycling back from the Dominos pizza outlet near the station to college with 6 pizzas balanced on top of the handlebars. I remember my friend Chris courteously offering me a lift on the somewhat delicate luggage rack of his fast, sporty bike to take me home to St Hilda's after a Catz disco.

I broke it, but he never complained. I bought some ice cream in the High, put this in the basket on the rear of my bicycle and cycled back to Jericho. All that remained was a pool of liquid covering my rear wheel. It was the summer of , one of the hottest years on record.

When up at Pembroke College in the early s, I played with the City of Oxford Silver Band and went to practices on my bicycle with my cornet in its case strapped to the carrier. On one winter occasion, it was dark and I sensed a fellow cyclist coming up behind me.

I glanced behind and recognised a member of HM constabulary who was peddling hard. Fearing that an encounter was best avoided, I pedalled harder but he gave chase. As he had a superior set of gears, he caught up with me and, as feared, it was not an entirely social occasion.

Apparently, my back light was not working. Howard Maskill Pembroke, I was cycling down a narrow street when a policeman stopped me. If a car came the other way and hit you, you wouldn't have a leg to stand on.

Edward Dommen Balliol, In my first year, some friendly Somerville undergraduates invited me to formal hall. I cycled from Holywell Manor to Somerville, unaware of how much revelry lay ahead. On my way home, I crashed into the cycle stand outside Balliol. I wisely locked up my bike and stumbled the rest of the way. My fondest memory of cycling in Oxford was returning from a postgraduate fancy-dress party with a friend, both of us dressed in WWF panda outfits!

As we cycled down Banbury road, car drivers were giving extreme double-takes at the sight of two slightly unsteady pandas. Summer of 81, outside the Newman Bookshop, a girl on a bike asked me how to get to Iffley Road. After another 2 years we were married, at the Chapel of St Thomas More, behind the bookshop. The shop is no more, but we are more. Julian Ashton Oriel, Cycling up the High to evensong at Jesus, gown billowing and bottle of wine ready for formal hall with friends afterwards.

However much the essay crisis loomed, it always inspired. Lucy Stevens Jesus, Cycling along the towpath from Folly Bridge to Weirs Lane, where my best friend and fellow student of Oriental Studies had a mooring for her narrowboat 'Qassedak' Persian for dandelion , my bike basket piled high with Ottoman and Persian dictionaries.

We would spend our evenings translating set texts together. Ruth Davis Brasenose,

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