Tunisia women cyclists challenge gender norms – Lifestyle

Tunisia women cyclists challenge gender norms – Lifestyle

Bicycling has made recent inroads in the Tunisian capital, with women leading the peloton to achieve greater mobility and break gender norms as the coronavirus pandemic boosts the two-wheeled trend. Every Sunday morning, the Japanese garden in central Tunis is transformed into an impromptu bicycle academy for dozens of novice cyclists. The students are adults […]

Girl praised by David Beckham sets new 100-day charity cycling goal

Girl praised by David Beckham sets new 100-day charity cycling goal

Image copyright Faye Allinson Image caption Football shirts from across the UK, including East Fife, Liverpool and Chalfont St Peter, have been donated for her to wear during her efforts A five-year-old girl who has raised more than £21,000 by cycling a mile a day during the coronavirus pandemic says she wants to make it […]

Five destinations in Indonesia for cycling, hiking enthusiasts – Tips

Five destinations in Indonesia for cycling, hiking enthusiasts – Tips

During the current pandemic, travelers around the world have had to sacrifice their plans in order to abide by the government lockdown rules. However, as lockdown restrictions are gradually being lifted from countries, some have begun planning for future travel in the emerging era of the “new normal”. A survey conducted by Booking.com in August […]

CYCLING APP HITS MAGIC 50,000KM MILESTONE – Island Echo

CYCLING APP HITS MAGIC 50,000KM MILESTONE – Island Echo

A fundraising cycling app which encouraging cycling on the Island’s Red Squirrel Trail has hit a major milestone. Since its launch in 2018, PedalAid mobile app users have clocked up 50,000 kilometres — equal to 1-and-a-quarter laps of the world. The app enables Islanders to have fun while improving their health, helping local charities and […]

A new network of pedestrian and cycling bridges could come to New York City | News

A new network of pedestrian and cycling bridges could come to New York City | News

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering, T.Y. Lin International, and Sam Schwartz Engineering have unveiled a proposal for a new bridge connecting Queens and Manhattan.  The so-called “Queens Ribbon” proposal is part of a larger set of pedestrian and bicycle bridges proposed by the design team that aim to bring expanded connectivity to the New York […]