With the recent announcement of British Airways’ first profits since nobody-knows-when and cyclists up and down the country planning winter training camps and European sportives it seemed a good time to provide our top rated airlines for bikes.
A judge in the State Supreme Court in Manhattan has held that a four year old is capable of being found guilty of negligence whilst cycling.
Are Toyota Prius’ a silent cyclist stalker or a green electric dream? That was the subject of the debate on the Going Going Bike Thursday Throwdown yesterday.
Ok we admit it; we spend a lot of time online partly for work and partly just because we love browsing cycling stuff. We figured that maybe we could put some of this “wasted” time to good use and share the knowledge of what we’ve found because there’s a lot of good stuff (and not so good stuff) out there!
This is the blog you’ve been waiting for… Ty from The Foot Down, the best cycling blog in Wales, gives his insight into the Fixie scene. You should check out his website for more articles, vitriol and interesting points of view. You might not always agree with him but you’ll always get some thing worth reading!
There is now only one place to look for legitimate London second hand bikes and that’s Going Going Bike. There are many other options open to potential buyers both online and offline but none that are cyclist dedicated, anti-theft and provide the same level of service.
Switching to clipless pedals is a rite of passage for many cyclists. Following hard on the heals (no pun intended) of lycra and peculiar tan lines.
It’s almost that time of year when you turn off the lights and pretend not be home so as to avoid marauding packs of sweet demanding kids. Although in recent years they seem to have started asking for money!
What is your hot drink of choice after a cycle ride – tea or coffee? That was the question asked on this weeks Thursday Throwdown. It got a predictably caffeine charged response!
Going Going Bike loves bikes. Shocking we know! But more than that we admire people who use bikes to be a force for good. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Union Cycle Works as they’re creating beautiful bespoke bikes for people and at the same time working with disadvantaged people from diverse backgrounds.