Track cycling is slowly pedalling towards inclusivity for all athletes.
The end of my working season came to a close at the end of November. I had spent the season travelling around Europe riding in some fantastic locations and meeting many interesting people, but as it all came to a close, I returned home to heavy rain, cold temperatures and a serious lack of motivation to get on a bike.
Cycling through the Channel Tunnel (now called thee Eurotunnel) – well, to be precise, the service tunnel – was perhaps the strangest experience I’ve ever had on two wheels.
Wherever in the world they’re from, cyclists have a great grasp of using language to describe exactly how it feels to ride a bike.
The One Show Rickshaw challenge takes on a continental vibe in 2018.
The perfect ride is one with friends.
I can’t quite remember how old I was when I first went out cycling on roads by myself, without an adult, but I was definitely less than 12 as I used to cycle the mile from my home to Invergowrie Primary School every day.
Don’t just be a person who rides a bike or drives a car. Be a safe and smart road user.
Too often we hear of the negative side of riding a bike on our roads. Social and mainstream media is jam-packed with stories of accidents, close calls and, often, the tragic results of such encounters.
Looking through websites and magazines for inspiration for a new route to cycle can be rewarding. It is surprising how many places, often on my doorstep, I have neglected, or not even known about.