Whilst we’ve talked about the sheer amount of money that is spent each year marketing cars to people, […]
A useful video here from Bloomberg CityLab. It’s a compelling yet relentless dump of facts and graphics in […]
Ever on the lookout for cycling documentaries, Why We Cycle is one of the best I’ve seen in quiet a while.
It delves into why and how the Dutch have thoroughly embraced cycling. It also talks about the lesser thought-of benefits of cycling to our communities, such as the ability to see and to communicate with the people around us through body language.
It’s easy to become frustrated, particularly when trying to change behaviour, when people continue to do what it is you are trying to stop them from doing.
Why do people continue to do the thing that makes them fat, skint and stressed when healthier, cheaper and more rewarding alternatives exist?
Armed with a GoPro I took a ride around a loop we talked about way back in 2018 called Easy Does It.
When it comes to our bulging western waistlines, there’s a lot we can learn from the diets of other nations.
Whilst we can learn how not to do food from the USA, over in Japan there’s so much we can, ahem, take away from the way they live.
As the saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day. Since the new Councillors got to work, we’ve […]
Ever on the lookout for easily digestible ways for people to understand the economic arguments for bike lanes, we need only look at what has already been done around the world.
Cardiff’s new Nextbike scheme has been something of a revelation. Being the cheapest, fastest way around the city, it’s hardly surprising that the scheme continues to expand.
However, nobody would so bold as to say those bikes are light, or those three speeds in any way adequate for hilly terrain. Tom Donne clearly thought otherwise.
Great video here from GCN, which should be required viewing for the men out there. Apparently there is a women’s version in the works too.