These are some tough economic times we’re in. Governments across the globe are trying all kinds of tricks to keep things ticking over, with varying degrees of success (or varying degrees of failure, depending on how upbeat you’re feeling). But could bicycle networks benefit cities, providing a relatively inexpensive way to boost local urban economies?
A special additional cinema date has been announced for From The Inside Out, the stunning new mountain bike film from two of the hottest MTB film production teams. It is due to be screened at Eastgate Theatre, Peebles, in the heart of the Tweed Valley, on Monday 12 December 2011.
A city traffic survey coordinated by cycle campaign groups has shown that the number of people commuting to work by bike has increased throughout the city.
This year the Edinburgh Bike Station has again taken part in an annual cycle survey, counting the number of cyclists at key locations in Edinburgh during the morning commute (7.30-9.15am).
This Thursday 17 November is the Spokes Autumn public meeting on Cycling Policy and Networks in Edinburgh and Oxford
The aim of the workshop is to agree the most appropriate way forward to protect the position of existing tutors and to recognise the significant contribution that MBLA has made to date.
A self-service, short-term, one-way-capable, bike rental offer in public spaces, for several target groups, with network characteristics.
Commonwealth games medalist James MacCallum showed how to pedal for success as he took his exercise bike to Loch Lomond.