Heads up on a new documentary film now on general release that tells the story of a group of Rwandan genocide survivors that come together to race as Team Rwanda.
We have a guest blog from one of our regular readers who provides her take on cycling commuting bags. The three bags reviewed are made by Rapha, Vaude and Anya Hindmarch!
The latest Mintel Cycling study is out and as always the research gives us some interesting observations on the current state of cycling in the UK.
Christine Bertram was the lucky name pulled from the hat to win our recent Going Going Bike / Go 4 Cycling competition to experience a VIP day out at the Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) on March 31. Christine has put together a guest blog for us on her experience of an amazing day watching the Ronde and everything that goes with it. We hope you enjoy it!
Road safety charity Brake and British Cycling have joined together in calling for action from national and local government to improve cycling by ‘GOing 20’ and introducing widespread 20mph limits in Britain’s towns and cities.
The success of our elite level women cyclists at world and Olympic level is well known but attempts to get more women to cycle either on a leisure or commuting basis is still proving to be a difficult aim.
Those folks at Rapha are looking to promote women’s cycling and encourage women riders to take their riding to the next level with their Rapha Women’s 100 initiative.
A guest post today from one of our Going Going Bike followers on Twitter - accidento bizarro.
Biking to summer musical festivals has proved to be extremely popular in recent years, so we’re delighted to reveal that our friends at the Festival of Bicycle will be running a similar ride to the Maverick Festival in Suffolk this year.
As you’ll probably know, we’re always featuring theft stories on Going Going Bike. It is always nice that a stolen bike is returned to the original owner especially when a total stranger makes the effort to find the original owner of the bike.