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GB star Hannah inspires a new cycling generation through the Big Bike Revival
GB mountain biker and Big Bike Revival supporter Hannah Escott
One of the world’s top mountain bikers is teaching hundreds of children in the West Midlands how to discover the joys of cycling as part of this summer’s Big Bike Revival.
Keirin king Kenny joins Hoy on six Olympic golds
Rio 2006 Olympics logo
Britain’s golden couple, Jason Kenny and Laura Trott, celebrated yet more stunning Olympic success on a nerve-shredding night in the Rio Velodrome. Cycling UK’s Tony Upfold brings his latest Rio 2016...
Jak leads rides for homeless as Big Bike Revival sparks a summer of cycling
Kallum Thomas and Jak Davies at Ceracycloan in Stockport
Jak Davies is helping his fellow homeless in Stockport discover the huge health benefits of cycling – with help from local bike recycling and repair centre Ceracycloan and Cycling UK’s Big Bike...

Blogs archive

DuncanDollimore
Cycling equals anti-social - in Newport!
As Newport joins Mansfield in enforcing a ban on cycling in its town centre, what happened to Wales's active travel aspirations, and will all drivers and pedestrians face bans elsewhere due to the irresponsible actions of a few? [N.B. Following this report's initial publication, Newport Council accepted on 25/08 that its cycling ban can't last till midnight - see update below]
Welcome to the Big Bike Revival team in Scotland!
Our brakes are checked, our wheels are trued and our saddle is at just the right height – the Big Bike Revival is ready to roll in Scotland! With a finely-tuned team newly appointed, we’re ready to reach 20,000 people across the country and rekindle their love of cycling. Claire Connachan, Communications Manager for Big Bike Revival Scotland, reports.
DuncanDollimore
Protecting the public from cyclists?
What do the sale of psychoactive substances, dog fouling and cycling have in common? According to Mansfield District Council they're all anti-social activities which need to be banned, with offenders liable for fines for freewheeling down Leeming Street. If you cycle in Mansfield, then Cycling UK needs to hear from you urgently!

Case studies archive

How sessions at Edinburgh ABC have helped Alex
CTC cycling Case Study
Alex Cullis is a 19 year old who has been attending Edinburgh ABC bike sessions regularly since October 2015. Alex has autism and learning disabilities and has made great progress using the side-by-side trike.
Mandy’s on a two-wheeled road to recovery
CTC cycling Case Study - Mandy Coxon
Back in the dark days, Mandy Coxon had to make a determined effort to remain standing behind the safety line on the station platform as her train came in after work. She would often sit in a corner and cry when she got home, just thankful to have made it through another day.
From stress to inner strength - how cycling changed Mave’s life
Cycling UK Case Study - Mave Sharman
Mave Sharman started cycling again after suffering work-related stress – but she admits she still had major barriers to overcome.

Publications archive

Cycle Magazine, August / September 2016
In this issue: Travelling light along The South Downs Way; Josie Dew - Cycle Camping with kids; bike renovation from the shed; £1300 tourers from Cinelli and Light Blue; lace-up cycling shows on test.
All the latest news in this week's CycleClips.
Catch up with all the latest news in the world of cycling in this week's CycleClips.

Articles archive

25 August 2016 - 2:52pm
Space for Cycling is taking to the roads – hopefully they are cycle friendly!
Families demonstrating for Space for Cycling, photo: Jim Killock CC
Space for Cycling is taking to the road throughout this autumn and winter. Ten events will take place across the country to engage with local campaign groups and galvanise support. Whether a veteran campaigner or tentative cyclist, please check out our list of events, register your interest and come along!
10 August 2016 - 11:24am
Tax incentives
A cycle commuter on his way to work
Cycle commuting is a convenient way of fitting exercise into the daily routine. Also, work-related travel by cycle helps ease congestion and is good for the economy and the environment. To help, the Government has introduced a range of cycle-friendly tax incentives for employers and employees.
10 August 2016 - 11:23am
Becoming a cycle-friendly employer
Commuter
Becoming a cycle-friendly employer makes sense. Encouraging cycling helps tackle the business costs of congestion, reduces an organisation's impact on the local and wider environment and even attracts some tax incentives. What's more, it's likely that levels of absenteeism will drop.
 
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