Monthly Archives: November 2010

Boris Bikes now open for all


From December 3rd London’s Barclays Cycle Hire Scheme will be open to casual users. READ ON

Mixed signals from Scotland


Efforts to encourage cycling as a mode of transport in Scotland could be hit by funding cuts and overall lack of investment in infrastructure in the next few years.


Brisbane in sight for Ashes cyclist

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This week sees the commencement of the Ashes series between the cricketers of England and Australia. It also marks the end of a journey for Oli Broom, who has been cycling for over a year to make it for that first ball of the Ashes series to be delivered at Brisbane Cricket Ground (The Gabba) on Thursday. READ ON

Should I keep, abandon or sell my used bicycle?


I think that the moment you choose to stop riding your bike it becomes a used bicycle. The question then arises what to do with your used bicycle. Should you keep it, abandon it or sell your bicycle? READ ON

Top tips for photographing your used bicycle and securing interest on the auctions

How to sell your used bike

The Going Going Bike auctions are a fun and exciting way to recycle your unused bicycle belongings. They are also a great place to obtain the best price for your pre-loved bike kit. However, this does require a little forethought and planning. Just like internet dating, quality photographs mean more interest. READ ON

Keep your bike safe at home and beat the bike thieves

Keep Bike Safe

Cut out the chance of having your bike stolen at home and you dramatically reduce the chance that your bicycle will be stolenREAD ON

One wheel does not pave the way for unicyclist


As purveyors and evangelists of the two wheel cycle variety, here at Going Going Bike, we like to show our solidarity with our one wheel friends in the Unicycle fraternity. READ ON

Velo good – Olympic track completed


So it has been announced that the London 2012 velodrome will become the first venue to be completed in the Olympic Park early next year in readiness for the 2012 Olympic Games. The International Olympic Committee visited yesterday to inspect work done at the venue including the now completed velodrome track itself. READ ON

Students attempt to dodge light fines


Today brings an update to an earlier story we featured here on Going Going Bike. READ ON

Cycle training for learner drivers?


Learner drivers should have to cycle first. This is what is being proposed by a new campaign by BikeAware, the brainchild of veteran cycle campaigner David Love. READ ON

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November 2010

London Superhighways must do better

Copenhagen takes the highway

Happy happy cyclists

Seville’s transformation

Mo Show Ride 2010

Pothole table names and shames

Cycle could take the sludge out of slum life

Taking stock in Road Safety Week

Should I buy a used bicycle?

Lock it or lose it