Like many others before him, Tom Allen set off on a bike journey of a lifetime in 2006. He’s aim along with his friends Andy and Mark was to cycle the world on off all things a mountain bike.
We don’t need to tell you that winter is still with us. It’s cold and dark on the cycle commute home.
There was good news this week at Going Going Bike towers with one of our team getting a place on the Ride London Olympic legacy sportive ride in August.
The latest Department for Transport road casualty statistics for 2012 have been released and it doesn’t make particular good reading for cyclists.
CTC, Britain’s main cycling campaigner, is asking cyclists to lobby Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to make road safety a priority.
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.
The London Bike Show returns this week running from Thursday, January 17, to Sunday, January 20, at the Excel exhibition centre in East London.
A few days ago Bike Biz ran a news item on the size of the bicycle black market. The basis of the story was some research from LV=Home Insurance, which estimated the black market was over £58m.
With 2013 just days away, we thought we’d pull together some of our best bits from the Going Going Bike blog this year. The 5 blogs chosen below have actually been chosen by you as they are the most popular blogs over 2012 in terms of numbers of visited.
It has been a great year for British cycling. On the road and on the track, the year saw success upon success. A Tour de France winner, a Brit wearing the Rainbow Jersey and an Olympic gold rush at London 2012 were just some of the highlights.