The latest Mintel Cycling study is out and as always the research gives us some interesting observations on the current state of cycling in the UK.
This morning has seen ASO, the organisers of the Tour de France, and the county of Yorkshire, reveal the routes for the three English stages of the 2014 Tour de France.
Now here’s a challenge for Boris. Sustainable transport charity Sustrans wants the London Mayor to build over 1000km (600 miles) by 2020 to connect London just like the Tube and the London Overground train network does.
St Lary to Arac, 140km, 2200m of climbing, Col de Peyresourde and Col de Portet d’Aspet
Day four of our ride from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean was a 140km stage from St Lary to a hamlet 20 km East of St Girons called Arac. During the day we climbed over 2000m and summited the Peyresourde and the Col de Portet d’Aspet. A large lunch was enjoyed in Luchon.
From midday onwards on the first day of our Raid Pyreneen the clouds were low and the rains fell. Sometimes heavily. This was in sharp contrast to the warm and occasionally sunny conditions that were enjoyed as we took the necessary group photo prior to departing Biarritz for our six day tour along the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean.
Tel Aviv is a wonderful city, probably the most modern of cities in Israel. It is very cycling friendly with over 120km of bike paths and the Tel-O-Fun bike rental system.
Go Sky Ride is on the hunt for Britain’s Biggest Cycling Fan.
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.
If you’ve ever been lucky enough to see bicycle roller racing, you’ll know what a fun and exciting event it can be.
The Welsh Government has announced funding of £5m which will be allocated to local authorities in Wales to help them develop safe walking and cycling routes across the country.