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It's no shock that the Tour de France is one of the most gruelling sporting competitions in the world. While we're accustomed to seeing the champions don the yellow jersey at the end of the race, we're not so familiar with the punishing physical effe...

As the annual cycling spectacle of the Tour De France begins Mark Perryman argues the case for two wheels good. Who would have guessed it. Karl Marx was clearly a bike mechanic when he wasn’t plotting the downfall of capitalism.“Nothin...

I love my Garmin and it would be a perfect piece of tech if it weren’t for one problem. Almost every time I use it to follow a course, it will die at some point during the ride. I can turn it back on and after several minutes of confusion it will f...

If you’re interested in finding out more, head to Ride for Compassion. Do you think some of your friends would enjoy reading An Incredible Adventure? Please use the buttons below to share the post. Thanks. 🙂 The post An Incredible Adventure...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AH0JOx0SV0U&feature=youtu.be Elly Blue (previously) writes, "Bikequity is the 14th issue of my long-running (since 2010) feminist bike zine, Taking the Lane." (more…)...

Filed under: Government/Legal,Emissions,Green Culture,Transportation Alternatives,UK,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Electric,Hybrid First step: a "zero emission zone" in central London by 2025,Continue reading London mayor wants z...

It seemed like a strange thing to do for a young man who had never really been interested in any kind of sport. Riding over four and a half thousand kilometres across Australia was surely the domain of fanatical cyclists yet there I was, an overweigh...