Going Going Bike is proud to announce that we will be the official auction partner of The Big Life Ride. This is exactly the sort of event that we support – encouraging cycling, a great day out and raising money for good causes. Any cyclists in the area should be getting involved!
We all know cycling is a sustainable form of travel, but a Dutch project aims to actually create sustainable energy from a cycle path.
Cycle retailer Evans Cycles has announced its first consumer cycle show after opening its annual staff event to the public for the first time.
Going Going Bike have a full page feature in the March edition of Triathlete’s World. There is a nice photo of us and a catchy title “Deals on Wheels” (why did we never think of that?!). To top it all off they were nice enough to say that as a result of the launch of Going Going Bike “upgrading your bike has never been easier”.
Despite the absence of any Rapha scented candles (or even a warming cup of tea on a freezing night) the Rapha Sample Sale Launch Party was a boisterous affair last night. Boxes of Rapha kit were laid out on the floor and, the evening before the sale began in earnest, a select group of invited guests were able to rummage through and pick up deeply discounted offerings.
If someone mentioned Mexico City to me and asked me to try and describe it, the first thing that spring to mind is a smog filled hell hole with one never ending traffic jam.
The cities of Cambridge and York are running a Cycling Challenge from March 14 to April 3 to see which city can encourage the most new cyclists to ride a bike during the challenge period.
You never forget your inner child they say, so I was a tad bit excited when a friend of mine told me he had seen a cycle version of the classic slot-car racing game Scalextric on press day at the London Toy Fair, which is currently taking place at London Olympia.
Turning up at my first sprint triathlon it was difficult to hide the fact that my road bike was not the same as most of the other bicycles being wheeled down to transition. Mine was a standard road bike with drop handlebars. The vast majority of other bikes were tri-bikes with aero handlebars and a dramatically different geometry.
Shane Meadows, filmmaker of This Is England and Dead Man’s Shoes has told the Press Association that he wants to tell the story of Tom Simpson, who died while competing in the 1967 Tour de France.