Spend enough time on social media in the "cycling" space and it won't be long before someone mentions the "T-word". "You don't pay tax" they'll say. Of course, most of us know that the "road tax" they allude to was abolished in the 1930s by Winston Churchill. What we have now is an emissions tax,... Continue Reading →
At the April 2019 Cardiff Cycle City meeting, Dafydd Trystan came to talk to us about some of the work they have been doing down at Ysgol Hammadryad to foster an active travel culture.
Heading east from the centre of Cardiff presents an interesting challenge right now. There is no particularly nice way to go, whether that is on Newport Road; through Roath and Llanishen or by running the gauntlet along Ocean Way. Following on from our East-West challenge it's time to pick apart some of the options. Newport Road is always... Continue Reading →
Whilst our local area may lack dedicated cycle infrastructure, one thing it isn't short of is country lanes. As you know, one thing we are a big fan of is OpenStreetMap. Using the same tool that gave us our parking map, by tweaking a few of the values we've been able to come up with... Continue Reading →
With news of the A4232 extension finally getting underway, it got us thinking about how we can get to the east of Cardiff by bike. The beast of the east Cycle links to the east of the city, as we've already discussed is a bit of a sore subject. There's not a lot of infrastructure... Continue Reading →
Our east-west route is still a work in progress, but this winter we've also found travelling from north to south particularly challenging too. For whatever reason, most likely austerity, the off-road cycle paths and pavements are not being gritted this year. This not only traps the less mobile in their homes, but also renders our... Continue Reading →