Going Going Bike is proud to support Cycle to Work Day, a national event championed by multi-gold medal winning Paralympic cyclist, Dame Sarah Storey. It aims to encourage everyone to cycle to work for at least just one day – on Thursday 4 September 2014.
There is a local cycling infrastructure issue in London that has been dominating the commuting cycle scene here for some months and even gets the most mild mannered cyclist seething with anger.
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A London to Edinburgh cycle route is the kind of challenge we appreciate. Particularly when the 400 miles are ridden over only 5 days. This is the challenge being set for the riders in the Place2Be charity ride, organised by the Quintessentially Foundation, which takes place between 20 and 24 July 2011 and for which registrations are now open.
Last week’s meeting at the London Community Resource Network (LCRN) HQ in Hoxton announced a proposal to transform the disparate London cycle re-use projects into a coherent and joined-up network.
As anyone who saw our Facebook page will see, we posted up a story from the BBC site about plans to remove cycle lanes in Hove along a popular route by the local council there.
We retweeted an appeal yesterday on our twitter account for people to get involved in a campaign to help improve cyclist/lorry safety that is currently being run by the family of Eilidh Cairns, a cyclist killed in London, over two years ago.
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!
When British Cycling recently announced its National Women’s Cycling Network initiative one of its aims was to create women cycling champions to organise women only led-rides.