Our location in the UK, coupled with our British values make us actually quite far removed from Europe already. We have our own currency, we predominantly govern ourselves, and we make our own laws; yet we are part of something bigger
Whether it is an accident with a car, a bus, or a pedestrian, cyclists will never win the collision war, even if it is not their fault. Recently, while out riding with my cyclist friend (who works as a collision investigator for the police) we were discussing collisions with buses and bikes. He had reported three…
The statistics and experiences behind the most successful government youth programme in the UK
After the death of Kim Briggs who was killed by a cyclist while crossing the road, I take a look at the real statistics of cycling collisions
The Bay Gateway: the planning behind the new road connecting Heysham port and power station to the M6
After a successful start to the Tour de France in Yorkshire, what does this mean for cycling in Britain?
Looking at the Rio Olympics, has the Olympic games lost it’s brilliance?