Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 4th of May 2015
As the election enters the final straight - at last - this has been a campaign where not nearly enough huskies have been hugged but there has been an effort to get cycling on the agenda & round up the various parties' positions.
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 30th of March 2015
With the clocks 'springing forward' - at least in the UK (other time zones and hemispheres are available) - there seemed to be quite a few blogs about 'seeing the light' in one way or another; those aha moments that reframe the way you see the world, whether it's an open street event that changes people's relationship with the city, or a threatened highway project that changed a whole nation's relationship with
Posted by Mark Treasure on Thursday 19th of March 2015
Across Britain we're starting to see the first signs of new cycling infrastructure - cycleways on main roads, protected from motor traffic, being built in cities like Bristol, Manchester, Leicester, Brighton and London.
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 16th of March 2015
Sunday was Mothers' Day (in the UK, anyway), and what with that and International Women's Day last Sunday and the Women's National Bicycling Forum (with first impressions here and here from Grease Rag) in the US there was quite a feminine flavour to the week.