Macmillan Cycletta ambassador and Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton tells BuzzFeed how to fall in love with cycling, from conquering hills to ignoring those pesky men in Lycra.
“I will not have legs like Victoria’s Secret”.
Transport minister Stephen Hammond says the scheme will help people find jobs.
Repeat after me: Relative risk is not the same as absolute risk.
Stage three of the Tour de France came to the England’s capital on Monday. But how did it fare against the might of Yorkshire’s Grande Depart? And did it at least do better than Cambridge?!
The Tour kicked off in Yorkshire on Saturday, and continues from Cambridge to London on Monday. The people of Yorkshire embraced the event just a touch more enthusiastically.
“Tek care, lambs on’t road.”
People wearing helmets get hit more?
Eloy Teruel thought he’d won the seventh stage of the Tour of California.
A hole in Transport for London’s datasets shows why pseudonymised data might not always be anonymous.
Most of London is badly designed for cycling, but these bike routes stand out as being utterly horrible to ride. Or just plain ridiculous.
Before the inevitable serious injury.
Never been to a SoulCycle class? Your fave celebs have, and here’s what you should expect from the intense, and intensely fun, workout.
The Blaze Lazerlight projects the image of a bike 5-6 metres onto the road ahead.
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The Tour de France promotes a healthy lifestyle. And the consumption of large amounts of meat in good pastry.
Whether you’re running, walking, or cycling, ALWAYS draw a penis.
That’s a pretty expensive method of getting around.
Love your bike like a BFF? This vid is for you.
Hope you have a U-lock on your heart, otherwise it’s about to get stolen.
And we’ve only just begun!
Shut up and take my money!
In the first part of his interview with Oprah, Lance Armstrong finally acknowledges that he cheated.
The most fun, super-reasonable drinking game you’ll ever play.
The rise and fall of America’s greatest cyclist.
This might be an overreaction, England.
The embattled cyclist didn’t have much to do with the day-to-day operations of the foundation anyways — though it is still legally named for him.