A ride on a bicycle should really be all about the journey and not the destination, but it doesn’t hurt to have a pre-planned start and finish point to inspire a little jaunt on two-wheels.
A £7 million fund will be used to make English cities safer for cyclists, the Government has announced.
If it’s good enough for Sir Chris Hoy, then it’s good enough for anyone.
A popular Dundee cycle path is set for a makeover that will also open it up for pedestrian access.
British Cycling has labelled proposals to ban cyclists from a stretch of A-road as “deeply concerning” and could set an “extremely dangerous precedent”.
The wheels have come off plans to expand the services offered by Angus Cycle Hub after its bid for £50,000 from the Arbroath Common Good Fund was thrown out.
For me the cycling season is neatly bracketed by the twice-yearly changing of the clocks. Although it’s not too long until we jump forward an hour and welcome the lighter evenings, there is still some time left to enjoy the darkness that we have left.
A national cycling conference will be held in Dundee this year and is expected to generate over £200,000 for the local economy.
The safety of cyclists is being compromised because of Fife Council reporting mechanisms, it has been claimed.
Cycling on the chain of islands that make up the Outer Hebrides is unlike any other kind of biking. The islands are wild and remote with a healthy dash of windswept thrown in for good measure, but the experience will stay with you forever.