The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain officially launches this Saturday (September 3rd) with a message that Britain should learn from experiences in the Netherlands and Denmark to bring about mass cycling in the UK.
Cyclists will be allowed to put their bikes on buses in some Scottish bus routes in a pioneering trial from transport operator First Group.
We’ve got together with Sky Ride to offer for sale, via the site, a limited edition Henry Holland cycling jacket aimed at women.
We all know cycling is a healthy pursuit but according to a study of cyclists in Copenhagen if you cycle vigorously you can live up five years longer than those cycled at a slower pace.
Since the 1970s, the Netherlands has strived to introduce shared road space initiatives between cyclists, motorists and pedestrians in city limit zones. One of these concepts, the Woonerf, is a traffic calming initiative that sees a road converted to a paved road with no pavements.
We love anything bicycle wheel-based here at Going Going Bike, it doesn’t matter how many wheels the contraption has, we will feature it. So having featured a unicycle and of course the two wheeled bicycle variety many a time, we’re featuring our first blog on three wheels.
Integrated transport linking the railways with cycling can only happen with investment and this area has traditionally been one area where sadly money has been lacking.
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter has already revealed some interesting cycling projects as inventors look to turn their dreams into reality. We have featured a couple of Kickstarter projects (YouTurn, Flipphandle) before on Going Going Bike, though today’s invention, the PumpTire, has us the most intrigued of all.
In case you hadn’t heard, Going Going Bike was one last Friday. So this week we have decided to put together a birthday Sprint Auction package.
Buying a bicycle can be a challenge! This is particularly the case for women as the obvious physical differences between women and men can make it hard for women to find the ideal bike for them or the right fit in a male dominated bike world.