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Saddle adjustments for women

Make It Fit: Saddle Adjustments for Women

This is a brilliant article written by Laura Killingbeck on the excellent Adventure Cycling website. I have a long history of riding off into the...
Car free zone

Sustrans works with schools and major housing association to clean up air for Tower...

Sustrans has been working with London housing and regeneration association Poplar HARCA and two Tower Hamlets schools, St Paul’s Way Foundation and Stebon Primary...
National Cycle Network paths

National Cycle Network paths launched on OS Maps

Sustrans has announced that walking and cycling paths on the National Cycle Network will now be available on the official Ordnance Survey map. The new...

Councillors visit Sustrans work on Castleford Greenway

The Sustrans team met local councillors on the Castleford Greenway last week to mark the start of their work on the next phase of...

What’s happening on the Bristol and Bath Railway Path? An interview with James Cleeton

With funding from the Department for Transport, Sustrans have been able to get started on a project to improve a particularly well-used section of...

£60 million invested in active travel infrastructure projects across Scotland through Sustrans’ Places for...

£60 million will be invested in active travel infrastructure across Scotland. The funding is part of Sustrans Scotland and Transport Scotland’s flagship active travel...
2018 National Travel Survey

Xavier Brice, Sustrans CEO, responds to the National Travel Survey results

The Department for Transport has released the findings from the 2018 National Travel Survey, which examines how residents of England travel. The data from the...
Cycle to Work Day

Kick start your healthier commute on Cycle to Work Day

Did you know just 5% of Belfast residents usually cycle to work but as many as 54% would like to start cycling or cycle...

First Linking Up project opens in Pembrokeshire

Sustrans have announced that the first phase of a scheme to link two Pembrokeshire towns with an active travel route has officially opened. The...

“Double investment in active travel now not tomorrow,” say walking and cycling groups

Cycling and walking groups have repeated their call for an immediate doubling of funding as the Government responds to the Transport Committee’s report on...

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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...
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...
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...