Plans for new Wilmslow walking and cycling scheme

Plans for new Wilmslow walking and cycling scheme

Cheshire East Council is planning to create a new walking and cycling scheme connecting Wilmslow rail station and the town centre to Wilmslow High School, The Royal London Campus and further south to Alderley Park. The programme for planned for construction to take place during Autumn 2020. A report has been prepared for the Cabinet […]

New ODOT guardrail on Historic Highway makes cycling more dangerous

New ODOT guardrail on Historic Highway makes cycling more dangerous

New guardrails on Historic Columbia River Highway along Sandy River.(Photos by BikePortland Forum user amadeusb4) “We certainly understand how this effort reduces space available for bikers and other users…”— Don Hamilton, ODOT The Oregon Department of Transportation has narrowed the shoulder on several sections of the Historic Columbia River Highway. The installation of guardrails reduces […]

Adopt cycling for health, fitness, Abayomi tells Lagosians

Adopt cycling for health, fitness, Abayomi tells Lagosians

Professor Akin Abayomi By Sola Ogundipe Lagosians have been urged to embrace cycling as a sport and means of exercise to generally overcome the effects of ill health through interaction with their environment. Speaking during a webinar organised by the Cycology Riding Club & African Cycling Foundation in Collaboration with the United  Nations Information Centre, […]

The Yellow Armada: How ONCE shook up pro cycling

The Yellow Armada: How ONCE shook up pro cycling

In the 1990s, Spanish squad ONCE shook up the established racing hierarchy and traditional way of doing things, before fronting a serious challenge to rivals Banesto at the Tour de France. Procycling looks at how they did it This article first appeared in Procycling magazine issue 256, 2018 Every great team, at some point in […]

Britain’s 10 best cycling holidays

Britain’s 10 best cycling holidays

Bike sales boomed in lockdown as more and more people discovered the joys of cycling close to home. Now as the open road beckons, Paul Bloomfield chooses the best routes for a freewheeling summer My backside has vivid memories of my first British cycling break. The Peak District left an indelible impression, on body and […]