Counting the cost of casualties and inactivity…

As a society we’ve become very good at overlooking the costs of many things, whilst quibbling over every last penny of others. One thing we are especially good at brushing under the rug is the cost of motoring, not just to our own wallets but to society as a whole. We’re going to need a bigger rug… When someone is hit by a motorist, they’re … Continue reading Counting the cost of casualties and inactivity…

Access to Bute Park at the Royal College of Music & Drama

As part of the North Road cycle lane upgrade the builders have had to close off the gate which forms part of the Bute Park Commuter Route. Until the 8th September, access to the park will be by other means. The council has Tweeted the map below. Alternatives… They are suggesting using the entrance to the park near the castle, but if you normally cross … Continue reading Access to Bute Park at the Royal College of Music & Drama

Getting started with the new Nextbike scheme…

The new Nextbike hire scheme has official launched in Cardiff and most of Cardiff’s inner city areas now have at least one station.

If you live or work in Cathays, Roath, Grangetown, Cardiff Bay or any of the other locations coming online as we type this, you can go and rent a bike.

So, how do you get started? Continue reading Getting started with the new Nextbike scheme…

Why your business needs bicycles

If you own a business in Cardiff and you are not embracing bicycles for deliveries or for your employees, you’re missing a trick. Whether it is for the last mile or just getting to the office on time, the bicycle is the solution to urban mobility that has been sat under everyone’s noses since the 1880s. Last-mile deliveries and messengers As responsible business needs to … Continue reading Why your business needs bicycles