After the resounding success of last week’s Sprint Auction we have once again sourced you a fantastic bike. This week the focus shifts to Bikeworks a CIC who have been making waves helping homeless and disadvantaged Londoners.
Thanks for everybody’s help with our survey. We asked you what you thought about GGB and you gave us loads of helpful ideas and things to improve. There were a few things that stood out.
The two Women only Cycletta events that take place in the autumn have confirmed their routes after road closures were agreed with the police forces that cover the rides.
BMX tricks in the shadow of the Olympic Park. A DJ and a generator. It sounds more street than Shakespeare, but all this can be found at Bicycle Thieves, the latest play to hit East London.
In a marriage of sustainable transport, the Canadian city of Montreal is the latest North American city to allow its public bus transport to carry bikes. When we say bikes, we are not talking of the Brompton and Dahons of this world either.
For a person with a physical disability, mobility is valued more than most as it can provide an escape from an often sedentary lifestyle. Cycling provides a great outlet for disabled people because it offers just that.
Just a quick update on the RIDE24 event that Going Going Bike supported and featured on these blogs previously. The event, now in its third year and organised by children’s charity Action Medical Research and supported by IG Markets, took place last weekend (June 18-19).
British Cycling is hoping that its Go-Ride initiative will unearth the next set of British champions on the road and the track.
Alberto Contador and doping are words casting a long shadow over the 2011 Tour de France. Even before the Grand Tour has begun. From a recent poll on the Going Going Bike Facebook page fans clearly think the Spanish Cycling Federation is the villain of the piece.