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Strava reckons my daily commute is a tidy 50 mins and 21km from garage to office door – a good distance in the spring, a joy to ride in the summer and certainly chillier during the autumn months!  I’ve been without a car for several years now and each day, roll my trusty wheels out, pull on the helmet and cycle up across the city and to the business park for work. Sure, sometimes it’s a bit wet and rainy, but packing properly and keeping a few key things in mind makes a world of difference between arriving like a...

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The cycling charity, Sustrans, last week announced far-reaching plans for a vastly-expanded National Cycling Network. With the aim of allowing "a sensible 12-year-old" to traverse the route, find out more about this expansive plan and what obstacles it may encounter.

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A Swiss study has found troubling results of how shared e-scooters and electric bike schemes are used in city settings. Find out more on our blog.

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For those who use tandems, handcycles, trikes, etc., the current cycle lane infrastructure, while expanded over the past few years, is still designed with conventional bicycles in mind. Moreover, access to adaptive bikes remains relatively difficult. What is being done to address this?

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'A Great Cycling Nation.' This is what the Transport Secretary Grant Schapps described the UK in May 2020. At the time, this appeared to accurately portray the country, but two years has almost passed since - has this promising picture changed? To assess this requires a deep dive into the state of British cycling.

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