Are these the best-looking city bikes yet? Lemond Bikes return with sleek Daily and Dutch carbon fibre e-bike models

After a period of hiatus, the bike brand that bears the name of legendary three-time Tour de France winner Greg Lemond is back with two new flat bar e-bikes. Both e-bikes, the Dutch and the Daily, weigh around the 12kg mark, and have carbon framesets with completely internal cabling.  7 of the best folding e-bikes 2020Review: Triumph […]

Cycling Scotland: an overview

Have you ever considered cycling in Scotland but aren’t sure what to expect or where to ride? Never fear, we’re a welcoming bunch with a vast and wild country filled with snow capped mountains, sandy beaches and quiet, picturesque single track roads. In many parts of Scotland you’ll feel a million miles from civilisation, so […]

Crappy tech solution to dooring; Why hill climbers shouldn't print their own numbers + more

Cyclists getting clattered off their bikes by people opening car doors into them? Maybe they could wear a helmet with a heads-up display notifying them of potential door openings up ahead. That seems like the simplest way to tackle the problem… How can we make a complicated high tech solution to stop cyclists getting doored? […]

New trade body campaigns on independent bike dealers’ Cycle to Work scheme concerns

A group of independent bike shops have launched a new trade body, the Bicycle Dealers Association (BDA), to tackle a number of issues facing retailers – with their initial focus being the Cycle to Work scheme, whose current model they describe as “financially unsustainable.” The businesses that have set it up include several that were […]

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