Are we looking at a #bloodycyclist revolution in London?

Are we looking at a #bloodycyclist revolution in London?

Are we looking at a #bloodycyclist revolution in London?   When car driver Emma Way last week tweeted ‘’definitely knocked a cyclist off his bike earlier – I have right of way he doesn’t even pay road tax! #bloodycyclists’’ , she could never have guessed the effect of her comments. Cyclists quickly vented their anger […]

Will We Finally Witness a Cycling Revolution in London?

Will We Finally Witness a Cycling Revolution in London?

Last month, London Mayor Boris Johnson announced what could be very ambitious changes to London’s cycle infrastructure, pledging nearly £1 billion worth of funding to the scheme. His plans which includes a Crossrail style cycle route that would run at least 15 miles from West London to East London; a ‘tube network’ for the bike in which […]

Will Beijing 2008 Still be the Greenest Games Ever?

Bhopals Special Olympics - Image © Reuters

When London won the Olympic bid, it was claimed that these would be the ‘greenest Olympics ever’. While there have been some important green strides, some of which undoubtedly can be used to inform future major sporting events, it’s been disappointing that so many of the initial green pledges have since been dropped. CARBON FOOTPRINT […]

Dunwich Dynamo: More than cycling…

Good Company by Frank Patterson

What makes 2000 plus cyclists of all levels venture out on to the roads and head out on the ambitious ride between London Fields in Hackney and Dunwich on the Suffolk coast? I’m sure a lot of cyclists asked themselves that same question at one point between Saturday night and Sunday morning which was when […]

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