Here's where we take a closer look at the world of cycling, from activities on our doorstep to international events that catch our eye. We welcome contributions from volunteers too, so if you have something to say, why not drop us a line.
Local charity Life Cycle UK is opening up its bike recycling workspace at Horfield Prison as part of the North Bristol Arts Trail, 10am – 6pm on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November, offering the public a rare chance to see how a bike recycling project works in a prison environment.
Since the clocks have changed, road users are being reminded to watch out for each other as the mornings and evenings get darker.
Road casualties peak in October and November after the clocks change and both cyclist and pedestrian casualties go up at this time of year. According to Royal Society...
Existing footways on the A369 will be re-designated as shared routes and a new section will be built. Plus, a refuge will be installed on the A369 making it much easier and safer to cross and improve links to the Blackmore Road bus stops.
The improvements will link to existing routes and:...
I was in Bristol to take part in the City Council’s Inquiry into Cycling Safety last week. I’d been asked to give evidence from theUnderstanding Walking and Cycling project,...
A group of cyclists have been having a wheely good time, after forming their own accessible cycle club. The adults – who have learning disabilities and mental health needs – started attending a council-run group this summer before starting their own club.
Service users from Milestones...
Discover the great work that Lifecycle UK has done in the past year to encourage more people to get cycling!!
Veronica Pollard is one of the leading Life Cycle UK cycle trainers in Bristol, as well as being an active member of the Cycling City steering group.
Through her Life Cycle lessons, Veronica (pictured right) teaches over 100 cyclists every year how to cycle safely. So it's fair to say that she...