50to01 are back with a feature film charting the goings on in Little Olde England. Their unique style shines through strong in this one and it provides ample inspiration to get creative on whatever bike you ride.
When people generally think of England the first thing that comes to their head is not 50to01 and their BMX infused mountain biking, but the warm drink of tea. Of course, the two can be combined (see Tea and Biscuits) but this warm drink has a pretty firm grasp on pole position of English culture.
When it comes to tea, I’m a white with no sugar person. Also, and this I know is sacrilege for some, I am rather freestyle when it comes to milk or tea first. If you’re making a cup, tea is obviously going to be first, whilst if it’s coming from a pot, then I don’t see anything wrong with getting a bit of milk in first. Variety is the spice of life.
If there is one thing that is consistent when I’m having some tea is the memory of the tender lyrics of the Hitcher from the Mighty Boosh. Have a gander at this Tour de Force of rap music and you’ll (maybe) understand why.
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