Evil Cycle Lobby consolidates grip on British roads

Ever wondered how countless cycle lanes that probably cost a million quid per metre, spring up overnight? In news that will surprise nobody who’s ever watched a Bond film, it seems a group of maleficent – and well funded – masterminds are behind these senseless attacks on the British motorist.

According to sources, The Evil Cycling Lobby meet the first Friday of every month in the parish hall to discuss their apparent control of councils nationwide.

As an evil organisation it’s worth highlighting their aims:

1.Create safe, liveable cities we and our children will be proud of

2. Make sure everyone can walk, wheelchair, pram, scoot, toddle, balance-bike, run, cycle, handcycle, tandem or tagalong in safety where they live, work and play.

3.To get Councils to build safe, well designed, infrastructure with consideration to all aforementioned users, taking space from the private motor vehicle

All pretty dastardly…and we agree with them wholeheartedly.

We’d like to support the Evil Cycle Lobby in its nefarious aims by offering you the chance to win some of its merch. Proceeds go to the following extremely worthwhile cycling campaigns: Wheels for Wellbeing ; Pedal on Parliament ; Bikes for Refugees and Roadpeace

Win an Evil Cycling Lobby T-shirt

There’s all kinds of merchandise available for sale here but we have a couple of T-shirts from their new narwhal collection to give away. Please leave a comment below and specify whether you’d like a standard T, or the ladies or kids cut. We’ll pick a winner next week.

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Comments

  1. TheCyclist

    Reply

    Yep! That’s me – the so-called ‘evil cyclist. I would love a T shirt, please. It shall be worn with pride. πŸ˜‡πŸ˜ƒβ€πŸš΄πŸš΅β€β™€οΈπŸš΄β€β™‚οΈ

  2. John

    Reply

    Yep! That’s me – the so-called ‘evil cyclist. I would love a T shirt, please. It shall be worn with pride. πŸ˜‡πŸ˜ƒβ€πŸš΄πŸš΅β€β™€οΈπŸš΄β€β™‚οΈ

  3. Brian Ronald

    Reply

    I’d like a standard evil T, please (-:

  4. David Smith

    Reply

    That’s a very cool T shirt! I’d love a standard T.

    • Mark B

      Reply

      Happy to be a part of this evil conspiracy! Make mine a standard T cut please.

  5. Darren C

    Reply

    Lets spread the word of our dark world-overtaking plans……..muwhahaha!!
    (Regular T-shirt size X-Large please).

  6. Stephen

    Reply

    Got to be an April Fools Joke, but I love it anyway!!

    Standard size joke please.

  7. Peter Shirley

    Reply

    We have ways of making you pedal….

  8. Bryn Gwyndaf Jones

    Reply

    Just perfect for advertising my evil ways!

  9. David Mayers

    Reply

    Love it! But being considered evil is better than being ignored! Standard size please

  10. Jon Sparks

    Reply

    Love this!
    Standard T pleeeze

  11. Neil

    Reply

    Regular M please? Will wear it with pride to spread the word!

  12. Thomas Lankester

    Reply

    Just what I need for my son’s birthday this month so he can impress his mates as he activates Launch Control at the Golf R driver meets he favours.

    Standard size please.

  13. Richard

    Reply

    Regular, Large please,

  14. Les Gunbie

    Reply

    Extra large male please – mwah ha ha!

  15. Ash B

    Reply

    Sign me up! Standard T please!

  16. Alan

    Reply

    I’d love a standard T-shirt and would wear it with pride in my underground-lair-stroke-bike-workshop.

  17. Mark Minion

    Reply

    Guilty as charged. Standard please

  18. David Gray

    Reply

    These people are threatening my right* to drive my car wherever I like, as fast as I like!

    * Based on the fact that cars came before people, bikes or even pushchairs.

  19. Robert Lewis

    Reply

    I would be amused to be able to wear a standard T shirt – it would join my collection of cycling tee shirts, but would definitely be one of the favourites!

  20. Ema

    Reply

    πŸ™‚ I’d like a lady t-shirt please.

  21. Another evil cyclist

    Reply

    Would love one of these for my evil cyclist little children, especially for the one whose birthday it is in a couple of weeks! (So kiddie size please!)

  22. Kathy C

    Reply

    As a keen regular; cyclist and keen to get cars off the road as much as possible, especially the ones who don’t care about cyclists and get annoyed when held up by them. Would wear the T-shirt with pride. Ladies please.

  23. Sam Marshall

    Reply

    Sign me up! I’ve even lobbied for pavement space to be taken from private motor vehicles that need it for their left wheels. Regular T πŸ˜€

  24. Kate Goss

    Reply

    I would love to have an evil cyclist’s T-shirt, women’s medium, please. What better way to get conversations going on the evils of cycling?

  25. Dominic Qaiser-Sweeting

    Reply

    Standard model T please

  26. Howard

    Reply

    I’m evil – hit me with a standard T

  27. Flicky

    Reply

    It’s my birthday, and I am a woman!

  28. Alastair Seagroatt

    Reply

    Be proud to be associated.

  29. Roger

    Reply

    Great. Can I have a model narwhal to use on our local council roads dept. Use at the same angle as your t-shirt picture suggests! Std size please.

  30. Jim Woodlingfield

    Reply

    I’m a proud member of the evil cycle lobby, a standard T would be good for me. Especially for zoom calls!

  31. Gavin

    Reply

    … it’s a war out there – but not as we know it!
    Standard T – Large please.

  32. Guy R

    Reply

    “Evil Cycling Lobby” – fantastic!

  33. PhilipT

    Reply

    Standard large please

  34. Andy Brown

    Reply

    ‘And what’s more, ve have vays of making you walk’

  35. Philip Benson

    Reply

    Evil cyclists rule – standard size please

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