Velorutionaries

  1. Velorutionary - Graham Gilmour

    Velorutionary - Graham Gilmour
    What do you do for a living? I’m an Architect. When I make formal introductions, I say ‘Graham Gilmour: Architect, Chef, Long Distance Cyclist and Swimmer’. I think it paints a clearer picture. Currently I’m involved with a variety of projects, in London, ranging in scale from the Thames Tideway Tunnel infrastructure, to a sports facilities building in a West...
  2. Velorutionary - Dan Newman

    Velorutionary - Dan Newman
    Dan Newman, Crouch End 13.05.2016 What do you do for a living? I’m retired. I used to teach languages and before that I tted out hotels. Now I divide my time between volunteering at a couple of small charities, having fun with my family, sitting on the board of a couple of small companies and singing in a choir...
  3. Velorutionary - Lydia Thompson

    Velorutionary - Lydia Thompson
    What do you do for a living? I’m a Beauty Editor for LOOK magazine. What are you passionate about? At the moment work, how sad! But I’ve just started a new job and I’m putting everything in to it. In my downtime I love to travel, I try to travel to at least three new places a year, greedy right...
  4. Velorutionary - Arlene Leis

    Velorutionary - Arlene Leis
    What do you do for a living? I’m a freelance Art Historian, but I have my fingers in some other projects too. What are you passionate about? My research. I’ve recently developed my doctoral thesis into a first draft manuscript. It focuses on a massive collection of ephemera (admission tickets, playbills, trade cards, political caricatures and satires, visitor cards, newspaper...
  5. Velorutionary - Saint-Hill Thompson

    Velorutionary - Saint-Hill Thompson
    Saint-Hill Thompson. What do you do for a living? I am currently involved in the finance/commodities world as negotiator. I am also a fashion designer and have bravely showed in Paris during Haute Couture Week. I am currently working on a few ideas and hope to make my way back towards making a big splash again after a realisation incubation period. So...
  6. Velorutionary - Helen Pinkerton

    Velorutionary - Helen Pinkerton
    Helen Pinkerton. What do you do for a living? I’m the PA to the Chief Executive of Grosvenor, a family property company that owns a large chunk of property in Mayfair and Belgravia. How long have you been a cyclist? I had a bike as a child, but as an adult I bought a Pashley back in 2011, as...
  7. Velorutionary - Sally Mackereth

    Velorutionary - Sally Mackereth
    Sally Mackereth. What do you do for a living? I'm an architect with my own practice called Studio Mackereth. We recently designed and built our own office from some derelict former Victorian stable blocks. We specialise in high-end residential buildings, global luxury retail design, galleries and bespoke furniture. How long have you been a cyclist? I wouldn't call myself...
  8. Velorutionary - Sukhathai Chumbala

    Velorutionary - Sukhathai Chumbala
    Sukhathai Chumbala.   What do you do for a living? I have a small property firm and run a small hotel in Phuket, Thailand. How long have you been cycling? Ever since I can remember. I got into biking very young and was into BMX when I was 10 years old. I also had a Raleigh Chopper, but it...
  9. Velorutionary - James Simpson

    Velorutionary - James Simpson
    James Simpson. What do you do for a living? I am Managing Director of Pol Roger Portfolio; the UK agents not only for Pol Roger Champagne (one of the very rare great champagne houses still in family hands) but also for a small number of top end family owned wine and spirits producers. How long have you been a...
  10. Velorutionary - Natalie Morton

    Velorutionary - Natalie Morton
    Natalie Morton.     What do you do for a living? I’m a News and Documentary filmmaker for the BBC, specialising in investigative journalism. For the last eighteen months I have been working in some of the World’s most toxic war zones – Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Gaza. I’ve also travelled to Iran, Tajikistan and Belarus this year. How...
  11. Velorutionary - Jools Walker

    Velorutionary - Jools Walker
    Jools Walker aka Velo-City-Girl.     When did you start cycling? At 28 and after a ten-year absence from cycling, I decided to get back on the saddle and start again… There was a mix of reasons why I’d stopped cycling by the time I was 18; I wasn’t feeling that confident on the roads anymore, and I’d managed...
  12. Velorutionary - Arthur Dyjecinski

    Velorutionary - Arthur Dyjecinski
    Arthur Dyjecinski.   What do you do? Many many things, some more interesting than others, but even then only interesting to me. I certainly don't believe in free time. I try to occupy my time making something I enjoy doing better. So perhaps one day, I may actually be good at something. What bike are you riding? I ride...

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