Since we began our blog in July we have posted 215 times. I know it’s not possible to keep up with all our posts so, to put all the best bits in one place for you, we have listed below the top 5 “most read” blog posts on Going Going Bike.
As the New Year approaches, it feels appropriate to spare a thought for people who have lost their lives this year to accidents while cycling, not only here in the UK but across the world.
Warm cycling socks have transformed my cycle commute this winter. Everything changed when I wore a pair of long, thick, woollen Turnbull & Asser socks instead of my normal cotton ones.
With the year almost at an end it’s a good time to reflect on the strength of Britain’s bicycle industry as we approach 2011.
Bicycle parts have always been used to construct bits of art in a clever bit of recycling, but you’d never thought you’d see a Christmas Tree made up of bikes.
The city of Sydney and the state of New South Wales in which it lies has a strong recent history of having cycling at the heart of its transport policy.
Today brings an update to a blog entry that we featured in early November featuring one Martin Erzinger, a motorist who left a cyclist for dead after a hit and run incident in the US.
We love a social ride here on Going Going Bike, we had the Mo Show Ride for Movember back in November ourselves.
“Overall, the jacket is fantastic. It looks great on and off the bike, is amazingly warm and is perfectly styled for me. In my view, by far the best women’s cycling jacket available.” - Dorothy 21/ 12 / 2010
A few weeks back we ran our Lock it or Lose it competition where we asked you for your best design led ideas on how to secure your bike so it wouldn’t get stolen.