Bike·Brothers

'Nic & Andy's Cycling Homepage'

"Get to know your bike, and learn to love riding it.
That's how and why I started - purely a love of the bike". Eddy Merckx.



Welcome to our website about cycling and the humble bicycle itself. From an early age we have enjoyed exploring the lanes and tracks of our corner of South East Wales by bicycle. Whilst we are not out cycling Nic works with the busy South Wales Fire & Rescue Service and Andy is a truck driver working out of the quarries of South Wales. We try to get in as many rides as we can and usually end up going out on the weekend to search out our favourite places. Have a look around our site and enjoy your visit!

This website is dedicated to our Dad.

Website updated on 24.4.13 What's new + search our site.....or full index.

Latest additions :- ....

Nic & Andy's favourites :- Our Bikes ~ Our Rides/Gallery ~ Uncle Ron ~ Visits ~ Carlton Lagoon Blue ~ George Longstaff ~ Bill & Jacky ~ Alf Engers (updated 6.12.10) ~ Bruce Bursford & The Ultimate Bike ~ Nic & Andy in the Seventies ~ Cefn-Ila (updated 14.6.10 ) Tamia Outside

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Ian Hibell


The Wester Ross Cycles Registry
22.4.13
The Transformation of Wester Ross frame number 318! Finished at last!! 13.11.12


'80's manufacturers of Quality Pedal Cycles Components'



Old bike resource page


Email Nic & Andy

Members of
The Rough Stuff Fellowship


Punctures in 2013 so far....Nic..1....Andy....0

2012 Nic..2....Andy..4
2011 Nic..3....Andy..3
2010 Nic..2....Andy..2
2009 Nic..1....Andy..3

Seek to amass not miles, but experiences. Happy is the cyclist who rides throughout the year, taking what comes his way in weather, choosing only his itinerary. At the end of the year he will scoff at the poor soul who puts his mount in cotton wool for the winter, for he will recall the pageantry of an autumn forest, the sparkling winter morning, the ecstasy of spring, and the lazy afternoon of summer. He will rejoice in the tussle with the March wind and the comradeship of his fellows round the winter fireside before the battle to reach home. ~ James Arnold 1910 - 1999.




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