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Potholes Kill Cyclists

Potholes Kill Cyclists

The AA reported today on the pothole epidemic and the monetary damage done to cars. free2cycle CEO, Eric Craig highlights the different problem when you...
Bike Commuters Live Longer - BMJ Report

Bike Commuters Live Longer Says Report

Recent research shows that walkers or bike commuters are less likely to die than their non active car or public transport using colleagues. Between April...
Roadside Assistance from Pedal Patrols

Roadside Assistance by Bike

Average traffic speeds in cities can be desperately slow – to the amusement of many a cyclist. The Touring Club of Switzerland (TCS) has...
Lumos biking helmet with Gesture Recognition Enters Apple Stores

Biking Helmet Enters Apple Stores

The Lumos biking helmet combining lights, turn signals and brake lights hits the big time by being stocked in Apple stores due to its...
Clever bike share management from Stage Intelligence

Bike Share Management Success

Clever bike share management increases bike share availability and usability and reduces operating costs, adding to scheme sustainability. We had some interesting details through a...
Clever bike share management from Stage Intelligence

Bike Share Systems Get Artificial Intelligence

A company that specialises in developing Artificial Intelligence solutions for the transport and logistics industry has created real-time intelligence for the management of bike...
Cycle to Work Scheme German Style (Image ADFC/Jens Lehmkühler)

Cycle to Work Scheme – German Model

Different countries feature a cycle to work day or cycle to work week, but the German Cycle to Work scheme is different and worth...
Make it simple - Cycling UK Calls for Response to Department for Transport

Cycling Safety – Take A Minute to Make it Simple

Cycling UK has asked its members to support their campaign – Cycle Safety – Make it Simple, and also asked them to share this...
World Cycling Revival limited edition frame from Condor

World Cycling Revival    

London-based Condor Cycles is making fifteen 1950s special edition replica bikes especially for the Japanese Keirin Trophy at June's P&P World Cycling Revival. The limited...
Walk or Bike to School say clinicians & traffic experts

Bike to School not Clunk Click

The old road safety advert called for “Clunk Click”, the sound of putting on a seat belt in a car. Now clinicians and traffic...

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Joe Laverick - Fastest 16 Year Old on a Bike

Fastest 16 Year Old on a Bike

Joe Laverick from Scartho, North East Lincolnshire has become the fastest 16-year-old on a bike, measured over 10 miles, during only his second season...
Coolest Cycling Helmet

Coolest Cycling Helmet

Helmets are recommended for cycling. But what do you do when it’s hot? Many helmet suppliers stress the vents for cooling but it takes...
Ziya Kocabiyik will cycle from Lands End to John O Groats to raise funds for Amnesty.

Lands End to John O Groats for Amnesty International

Amnesty International supporter Ziya Kocabiyik is to cycle the 969 miles from Lands End to John O Groats to raise funds to assist in...
FuroSystem's Light Weight Carbon E-Bikes

FuroSystem’s Carbon E-Bikes

Building for strength and light weight with full carbon, here’s a design for what appears to be the first full carbon folding e-bike, as...
Nireeka Smart Ebike for under $1000 in US

Smart Ebike from Nireeka

Max Shojaie, CEO and Co-Founder of Nireeka bikes, got in touch to tell us about their smart ebike, which happens to be made of...