Posts Tagged ‘cycle’
OAG heads to Norfolk for a weekend of sun, sea, crabbing and a spot of nudity
Having a few key skills and the right multi-tool could save your bike tour from a premature end, so we spoke to Adrian at Terry White’s bike shop to show us how to get it done.
OAG editor Tracey Radnall spends two days cycling the Devon Coast to Coast – all 102 miles of it. DAY ONE With flaming June living up to all my wildest expectations, I hopped on a crowded train heading west. After an ‘all change’ at Birmingham New Street, we ventured south west towards Barnstaple, arriving in [...]
The National Cycle Network is 15 years old and continuing to grow. But the charity behind the project want the nation to make more of it, ditching the car for short journeys, and jumping on your bike.
Follow the progress of seven men from Warwickshire as they cycle the infamous Lands End to John O’Groats
Cycling Scotland and Team Green Britain Bike Week (19-27 June), the UK’s biggest mass participation cycling event, is challenging everyone to rethink their everyday journeys and switch to cycling as the healthiest and best way to get around for free.
Adventurous people who want to visit the magnificent Great Wall of China are being given a unique choice to do it on a bike or on foot.