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For Whom the Bike Bell Tolls: More Cycling Infrastructure Now!

For Whom The Bike Bell Tolls

The German cycling club ADFC organised a protest outside the German ministry for Transport and their equivalent of the UK’s home office with cyclists...
One of 8000 Tembici bikes in the new Brazilian Bike Share scheme

Brazil’s 8000 Bike Share Scheme

Bike Share schemes continue to spread around the world, with South America’s largest scheme with 8000 bikes and 680 stations deployed in a Brazilian...
Chinese Bike Share Up for Award [Paul Starkey / Ashden]

Chinese Bikes Tackle Air Pollution

The Climate News Network has reported that bikes are being used to tackle both air pollution and congestion.Paul Brown, the author of the article,...
ofo's yellow bikes have arrived in Cambridge

Ofo’s Yellow Bike Share Arrives in UK

Ofo, China’s largest non-docking bike share scheme chose cycle-friendly Cambridge to launch their first bike share scheme in the UK. The company which campaigns...
Autumn Statement: Make Space for Cycling

Autumn Statement: Make Space for Cycling

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced £1.1bn to upgrade local roads in his Autumn Statement today – prompting an immediate response from Cycling UK urging local...
Safer Cycling through Improved Cycle Infrastructure

Safer Cycling Through Improved Infrastructure: The Proof

Do we really need the proof that better cycling infrastructure makes cycling safer? Given the attacks on cycling by some right wing tabloid papers...
Dallas In the Cycling Loop

Dallas In the Cycling Loop

Here’s some news just in from the CTC. No, not the Cyclists Touring Club, now wanting to be known as “We are cycling UK”,...
Are Bike Lanes Racist?

Are Bike Lanes Racist?

That is a discussion going on in South Africa at the moment, and making waves internationally, as reported by Ryan Lenora Brown, who published...
Cycling Means Business

Cycling Means Business

The ECF published news to the same effect a while back, with real live data showing that the addition of bike lanes increases retail...
Velobahn or Radschnellweg

German Velobahn Expansion

Almost 100 years after the Autobahn was conceived during the 1920s Weimar Republic in Germany, the country’s Federal Transport Department is proposing a positive...

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