I have always known my limits when it comes to bike mechanics. And when I reach those limits, I am more than happy to take my trusty steed down to the local bike shop to get it repaired.
A 42-year-old architect is celebrating after setting a new European cycling speed record by riding at 135.3mph using an innovative technique in which his bike was initially attached to a car.
Hundreds of cyclists braved the mud to tackle a 25-kilometre race at Comrie at the weekend.
Hundreds of people took part in a Father’s Day event at Glamis Castle to play their part in beating prostate cancer.
Hundreds will saddle up for a mountain bike extravaganza in rural Perthshire this weekend.
In a recent column I quoted JFK: “Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.”
A Scottish cyclist has written his name into the record books after speeding round a London track on a pink penny farthing. Hundreds of fans gathered at the World Cycling Revival Festival at Herne Hill Velodrome in Dulwich Village, London, to see Mark Beaumont break the British one-hour record with a distance of 21.92 miles.
Cycling legend Mark Beaumont failed to break a world record for the furthest distance on a penny farthing in an hour.
An Angus councillor is urging the public to come forward with suggestions for new paths to ensure her ward does not lose out on government funding.
I recently watched a video by world-renowned portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz who famously photographed John Lennon on the day he was assassinated. She was talking about her work and one thing she said really struck me: “I’m not a technical photographer... If that’s what you’re thinking about then you’re not taking photographs”.