British Cycling announces that government and Highways Agency commit to update road design standards to include cyclists
Solutions needed after coroner's report heavily criticises the cycling facility
Why are some Surrey business owners rallying against cycling when it's so good for the economy?
Laura Laker rides London's Cycle Superhighway 2 and discovers Londoners daily battle
London Think! campaign rolled out to other major cities
Can't we all get along on the road? Laura Laker's quest to share our streets in harmony
Forward thinking Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson talks leading the way in cycle friendly cities
Laura Laker visits Bristol, named Britain's first official cycling city in 2008, and with its riding population hoped to double by 2020, examines what the future holds
New bridge in Reading will put users in conflict as process is labelled a sham and undemocratic
You love tea and cake, and so do we, so here’s another instalment of our series on the best cycling cafes out there
Norman Baker replaced as cycling minister - Parliamentary Under Secretary at the Department for Transport - by Robert Goodwill
Welsh Assembly votes to create a network of cycling and walking routes delivered by local authorities
A recent spate of anti-cycling sentiment in certain areas of Britain has brought road tensions to the fore. It's time to bury the hatchet, writes Laura Laker
Labour's Maria Eagle focuses on encouraging walking, cycling in conference speech
Lib Dems become first major UK political party to embrace recommendations to make cycling in Britain safer and encourage more to cycle
As Britain celebrates Cycle to Work day, we take a look at what can be done in the workplace to encourage more commuting by bike
Plant pots and 'armadillos' separate cyclists from other traffic, with first such lane officially opened in Camden, London
Series of measures were announced today to crack down on lorry danger for cyclists and pedestrians in London and across the UK
Labour and Liberal Democrat parties put cycling in their 2015 manifestos. Will the Conservatives follow?
100 MPs from all political parties take part in Commons debate on the motion to improve conditions for cyclists on Britain's roads. But what will happen now?