Laura Laker travels to Bath for a ride along the banks of the River Avon and local canals, taking in the UK’s longest cycling and walking tunnel
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Road safety campaigners baffled at verdict which sees driver guilty of killing cyclist avoid jail term
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Bicycle Association Executive Director Phillip Darnton says that only a prime minister can bring about change in Britain's cycling policy
Consistent funding and goals set to tackle cycling's problems in Britain are what is needed, says Chris Boardman
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Any vehicle weighing over 3.5 tonnes must be fitted with equipment designed to ensure safety of cyclists on London's roads
Camden Council in London hails its segregated bicycle lanes a success despite motor vehicle damage to planters and armadillos
Ian Laurie, Rob Holden and Matt Winstone challenged themselfs not only to get up Mont Ventoux on a Boris Bike but to also return it to london all within 24
Are traffic islands putting the unnecessary squeeze on cyclists on the UK's roads? Laura Laker finds out...
Laura Laker reviews recent reactions and media coverage of the on-going cyclists road safety debate
Cycling Weekly talks to the man begins the get Britain Cycling report
Laura Laker visits Bristol's latest cycle cafe, Roll for the Soul, which was inspired by the local bike festival and bike project.
Cycling minister Robert Goodwill issues guidance to police that careful cycling on pavements due to fear of traffic should be allowed
Operation Safeway, run after spate of cyclist deaths in London, sees 14,409 fixed penalty notices and reports for summons issued
Laura Laker takes a look at the latest approved development from The Department for Transport, new low-level traffic lights
Goldsmiths Row which is closed to motor traffic is to clock its 500,000th cyclist today (August 6). Laura Laker finds out more about the popular cycle friendly stretch in London
New safety system trialled in London, can it really save cyclists?