You and your bike shouldn’t be lonely on Bike Week but if you are and want to get out on a ride but have no one to go with then British Cycling and Skyride may be able to help you.
It’s the Weekend and that means another weekly round-up of the wonderful and weird from the bicycling world.
A bit of a heads up on a charity ride being organised by our friends at Bikeworks. Staff at the cycling social enterprise business are riding through four countries in three days as they aim to raise money for their own All Ability Cycling project.
We have some exciting news for all of you. We’ve been busily working away over the last six months to bring you a brand new Going Going Bike website and we’re nearly at the point of switching to that site.
Yes it’s that time again. A week when the whole bike industry comes together to promote and get more people cycling and opt for the bike over that car for leisure and commuting journeys. Now under new sponsorship from electronics giant Samsung, Bike Week starts next Monday (the 18th) and runs until Sunday 24th June.
A new cycling adventure film that was partly funded by crowd funding is about to hit the US this week. Reveal the Path explores the journey taken by cyclist Matthew Lee and endurance athlete Kurt Refsnide as they cycle across four continents.
After a hard long winter commuting, you and your bike deserve a holiday. Luckily there is a spot in Taiwan where both you and your bike can relax and recharge batteries.
Here’s our usual mix of bite-sized bike-related items that we hope will bring a smile to your weekend.
We’re happy to announce the winners of our recent Tour de Latitude competition that we ran with the Give2Go organisation for some of our lucky readers to win tickets to the cycle ride to the Latitude Festival and the four full days of the festival itself.
A couple of months ago we featured a blog on Barclays’ ‘London by Bike’ photography competition. Well the winners have now been decided with an amateur photographer from Watford and a professional from Islington being awarded the top prizes in the photography competition that celebrates cycling in the capital.