This Thursday sees the start of the annual London Bicycle Film Festival (BFF). Based at the Barbican Centre, the London BFF is now in its ninth season and continues to be a popular cultural event among the cycling public both in and out of the capital.
With all the cycling success at the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer you’d expect some bounce effect on participation numbers? Well research conducted by the London School of Economics (LSE) before and after the Games for Sky has found that 52% of all people (from a 1,000 sample) indicated that they were motivated to cycle as a result of the achievements of Team GB’s cyclists.
If someone offers to sell you a bike or any other goods for that matter at some ridiculous cheap price while you pass them by on the street than it is most likely that the item in question is stolen.
We’ve teamed up with the organisers of the Cycle Show to bring you a discounted ticket offer of £12 for entry to the exhibition that takes place during the 28th, 29th and 30th of September at the Birmingham NEC.
We mentioned in August that the Breeze network of British Cycling was putting on a day of action called Breeze in the Park to celebrate the success and rise of women in cycling sport as well encourage more cycling participation among women.
We really think all mum’s and dad’s doing their school runs in car should follow the example of Emily Finch from Portland, Oregon.
We were amused by this little story in today’s Yorkshire Evening Post about a reformed thief who fronted a Police anti-burglary campaign only to find himself in trouble again for stealing a marked bicycle belonging to the POLICE.
Integrating lights onto a bicycle helmet seems such a simple idea you wonder why no one has yet launched a product into the market.
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.
In what promises to be a celebration of the recent achievements of British Cycling, the Tour of Britain returns this Sunday for its ninth edition.