We have taken our bike security obsession to new heights. We’ve joined hundreds of other bike security fanatics and backed the Ti Gr titanium lock being developed by a cycling enthusiast in the US called John Loughlin.
What a race (and bargain)! This week’s sprint auction was hotly contested by 7 different bidders. It started off slowly in first hour but had several bidding flurries with buffer taking the glory… and the Oxford lock for only £30.
Bikes reclaimed by the police are changing lives in East London.
Now in its second year, the Re-Cycle programme lets young people tinker with and take home bikes donated by the police, often wheeling people away from a dangerous alternative.
The Sky Ride concept has done much to invigorate a focus on leisure cycling in recent years in the UK and also encourage people to get back on a bike. With every year the movement has continued to get bigger as British Cycling strives to get getting one million people back on their bikes cycling more regularly.
Nearly half of the children in Scotland are choosing an active way of travelling to school with cycling a key part of that movement.
This week protection is on our mind and although that may not sound particularly interesting, when you see the deal we’ve secured for you, i think you’ll change your mind.
In what can only be described as a truly wonderful response, more than 10,000 people have signed the London Cycling Campaign’s (LCC) petition calling for all London councils to provide cyclist-awareness training for their lorry drivers.
Apologies in advance for the London bias to this particular blog, but we have some news regarding new funding that has been made available for small London-based cycling projects.
Matt Carroll’s new book, Escape Routes, is a delightful collection of cycle rides around the English countryside. Consisting of 60 routes between 5 and 20 miles, it is the sort of nicely put together guide that is sure to be spotted in bed and breakfasts and guest houses across the country.
What are the best snacks to keep you energised whilst out on a cycle ride? After asking people on Facebook and Twitter we have been able to compile a list of alternative snacks to the usual cycling specific nutritional bars and gels that you usually carry on a ride