Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 18th of July 2016
We at the Cycling Embassy would like to extend our condolences to the Boardman family after the death of Carol Boardman, killed by the driver of a pickup on her bike - and especially Chris Boardman who has done so much to campaign for safer cycling. As Chris Boardman himself said in his tribute to his mother, "may the wind be ever at your back".
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 11th of July 2016
The news continues full of doom and gloom so before we plunge into it ourselves, let us start with a reminder that even in the toughest conditions we can still create lifelong cyclists - even if they are becoming vanishingly rare among secondary school-age girls - who will never forget their childhood freedom, even if cy
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 27th of June 2016
In a country still reeling from the EU referendum vote, it's hard to tear our attention away from the slowly unfolding nervous breakdown that has ensued, but wait - there's a cycling angle - and not just about the cost of bike parts or the future of the bike industry, including B
Posted by Mark Treasure on Monday 20th of June 2016
We're doing something slightly different for this week's roundup - instead of blogs, we'll be looking at books on cycling and urban transport in general, perhaps providing a little inspiration for some light(ish!) summer holiday reading.
Posted by Sally Hinchcliffe on Monday 13th of June 2016
While the tone of this roundup is usually fairly light, some might say flippant, there are some stories which cut through every defence, and the news of the pick up truck driver ploughing into a group of cyclists in Michigan is one of them; BikingInLA rounds up the media coverage which for once managed to (mostly)