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The Great Big Tour de Utrecht Bike Blog Roundup

With the caravan of the Tour de France starting from Utrecht - and giving everyone who watched the highlights show a brief infrastructure safari - we make no apology for an even more than usually Dutch-focused roundup this week. But what lessons do the Dutch offer us, even if Utrecht apparently has almost no data on its daily cyclists.

Blog Roundup - Help Wanted!

This weekend the Cycling Embassy had a fabulous AGM weekend in Leicester - you can get a flavour of the two days from the #CEoGBAGM hash tag - but it did mean that compiling the blog roundup had to take a back seat to the weekend's activities, so you'll just have to wait until next week to catch up with what has been going on in the bike blogging world.

The Great Big Belated Fathers' Day Bike Blog Roundup

OK so we're a day late but there's still time to celebrate all the cycling dads out there - even if the road-raging drivers of Bristol don't agreee - because yet another report (surely there is one of these a month?) highlighted the need to get kids on bikes; sadly, in East Lothian at least, the figures are

The Great Big Putting the 'Miss' in Near Miss Bike Blog Roundup

This week the Near Miss project learned that Miss (and Mrs and Ms) Cyclist was more likely to report harassment from cars while cycling than Mr Cyclist, although this may be down to slower speeds rather than anything to do with gender - or perhaps it is about the bike to

The Great Big Where do WE Rank? Bike Blog Roundup

We're not sure if there's an international ranking of bike blog roundups (we like to think we're in the top 100) but Copenhagenize's list of the top cycling cities came out this week, to much fanfare, with Copenhagen knocking Amsterdam off the top spot (although if Amsterdam is resting on its laurels, they're

The Great Big I Can't Get No Priority Blog Roundup

After a two week absence, the Blog Roundup is back, and no surprises for guessing the big theme of recent days - it's the Leeds-Bradford 'Superhighway', one particular junction of which has been examined in detail by the Alternative Department for Transport.

The Great Big Let's All Bike to Everywhere, Basically, Bike Blog Roundup

Well, let's not mention the election, except to note that Cameron was one of the party leaders to sign up to Vote Bike, so we'll be holding him to that.

The Great Big Husky That Didn't Bark in the Night Bike Blog Roundup

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.

The Great Big is the Election Over yet? Bike Blog Roundup

With the election campaign rumbling on, bikes do seem to be getting onto the agenda with 22% of parliamentary candidates signing up to Vote Bike.


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