Cycling Event: British Heart Foundation Kent Coast Bike Ride

The upcoming Robin Hood bike ride for British Heart Foundation has been cancelled, but there is another race for the charity taking place in Kent. The Kent Coast Bike Ride for British Heart Foundation is a perfect family friendly route with two journey lengths – 30 miles or 56 miles. Once known as the Viking
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London 2012 Olympics and the Cycling Legacy Which Remains

When the impressive 2012 Olympics closed there was a lot of talk about a lasting legacy of passion for sports and a reignited desire in our country’s youngsters to take up a sport. Two years on we look at what our Olympic cycling efforts have done… Looking into reports at the time of the London
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This Weekend: Bristol 100 / 65 / 20 Bike Ride

Another cycling update this week, in the form of the Bristol Bike Ride, taking place on Sunday 28, September. The Bristol Bike Ride is perfect for those looking to support the Stroke Association and peddle either a 100, 65 or 20 mile journey for the charity. Taking place on Sunday 28, September, this is a
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Motorists – Tips to Consider When Using the Roads with Cyclists

Last week, we advised cyclists on various methods to keep them safe and aware of correct etiquette when using the roads, so this week is the turn of car drivers. It’s a well-known debate – the car driver vs. the cyclist. But who is right? Clue: No one, we’re all responsible for our own actions
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So, You’ve Done The Coast 2 Coast, But What’s Next?

Following the Coast to Coast route – a pretty euphoric moment – you can kind of feel, well, lost! What’s next? As with anything that takes dedication, training and nothing short of hard work, the Coast to Coast route is a brilliant achievement, but there is a little element of deflation soon afterwards, if you
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The Ultimate Top 10 Cycling Tips from Bike Bus

We’ve given lots of advice over the course of our blogs to date, but there are some things that are best to repeat – after all the message will go in easier! Everything from group cycling etiquette to travelling alone safely has been discussed and advised upon in this blog, which is why we’re rounding
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Staying Safe When Cycling Alone

You aren’t always on a trip, bike tour or even with just somebody when cycling, which is why riders should make safety issues paramount. Whether it’s the middle of winter and the dark mornings and evenings mean you’re riding to and from work in the eerie blackness, alone, or you’ve gone for a late night
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The Correct Etiquette for Group Cycling

When it comes to cycling as part of a group, you have to look out for each other and be able to respond to each others’ actions. Most importantly, keep calm and in sync rather than having a frustrating experience. Let’s get group cycling right, the first time around. If it’s not your first time,
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