Competitive team cycling and warfare are inextricably linked in David Coventry's debut novel, The Invisible Mile, set during the 1928 Tour de France. This was the first time an English-speaking team…
12 Oct 2013
Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives, the leading cycling-walking-public-transit advocacy group in the United States.
6 Oct 2011
Cycling Advocates Network project manager Patrick Morgan is making his way around the world to see how other cities manager their cycling culture.
4 Jan 2012
Marc van Woudenberg of cycling blog Amsterdamize discusses cycling culture in the Netherlands.
24 Oct 2009
Chairman of Cycling England, who will visit here in November to speak at the seventh annual New Zealand Cycling Conference.
5 Oct 2013
In Spain, sales of new bikes have outstripped new car sales for the first time. Also the country considers shortening its working day. With Paul Hamilos.
21 Apr 2012
Beijing and bicycles used to go together like Venice and the gondola. But consumerism and urban sprawl has seen the number of people cycling plummet to record lows. Dr. Jinhua Zhao is studying the…
13 Feb 2010
China's turning back to the bicycle. It's trying to avoid the traffic and pollution problems caused by the one million new cars hitting the roads there every month. Jonathan Watts reports.
22 Nov 2012
Making modern cities cycle friendly, like by encouraging more cargo to be transported by cycles, with Gary Armstrong from Outspoken Cycle Couriers and Gavin Wood from the UK's National Cycling…
This Way Up host Simon Morton by the big bicycle sculpture in Taupo. Photo galleries