Tag Archives: Cycle routes

22/07/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Beginners guide to commuting by bike


If you’ve never ridden a bike to work on a regular basis commuting by bike can bring up many challenges. Having worked from home for a number of years, I travelled into Going Going Bike office’s in London by bike for the whole of the last week, experiencing the many trials and tribulations of the early morning and evening cycle commute for the first time. READ ON

05/07/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

English and French unite to boost cycle tourism


In a cycling version of the Entente Cordiale, a number of county councils in South West England and Northern France have come together to promote cycle tourism on destinations on both sides of the channel. READ ON

15/06/2011 // INFO Leave a comment

Welsh Cycling Bill will make it a legal duty to provide routes


The devolved Welsh Government revealed its legislative agenda over the next five years yesterday and contained within it were plans to introduce a Cycling Bill that makes it a legal duty for Welsh local authorities to provide cycle routes. READ ON

07/06/2011 // INFO 2 Comments

150,000 take to Berlin streets to aid call for better cycling infrastructure


Sunday was World Environment Day and cyclists in Germany and further afield helped participate in the world’s largest cycle ride in Berlin to promote the day. READ ON