Listen to us on Movement, a new podcast by beryl.
A cast about the magic of people, cities and bikes
Most of us are urban citizens and, over time, we’ll probably call a few cities home. Cities are the place where we choose to live in and are shaped by the people who live in them. With increasing population numbers, urban planning that considers cycling will make life in these places more progressive, inclusive and humanistic. Movement is a new podcast where we talk about life and cycling in cities with the people who live and cycle in them. Because cities with bikes are cities that move forward.
We are thrilled to share with you more exciting news. Today we are launching Movement, our brand new podcast on all things people, cities and bikes, a new way to connect with you and share our passion for cities and cycling.
Movement is a fascinating open space where we’ll be celebrating urban cycling talking about life and riding in cities with the people who live and bike in them. With increasing population numbers, urban planning that considers cycling will make life in these places more progressive, inclusive and humanistic.
Hosted by Thomas Slater twice a month, Movement will cover unique and fresh stories on people and their bikes in their cities – from two wheel-inspired curiosities and anecdotes to new cycling projects, routes, commuter tips and city discoveries to exclusive interviews and anything you ever wondered about urban cycling.
Episode 1. Dressed To Cycle (In The City).
What do you wear when you ride to work? Is your priority to look good, be comfortable, or will anything do?
The very first episode of Movement looks at the diversity of urban cycling through the lens of clothing – what people wear while they ride in different cities, in different cultures or as part of a subculture. Featuring a star-studded guest list including Goodordering’s founder Jacqui Ma, Rapha’s Creative Director Alex Valdman and Angus Morton from iconic film Thereabouts.
We launched Movement to inspire more people to cycle in cities and to connect with those who believe that more people on bikes mean better cities. That’s why we have created the ‘Movement Voicemail’, a section within our podcast for you to share your reflections, discoveries or tips and encourage others to try urban cycling.
Simply send us an audio message on Whatsapp (+44 7834 190 746) describing your cycling week – anything positive or interesting you saw or occurred to you while riding in your city and we’ll feature you in our next episode.