The world's largest bicycle parking center, unsurprisingly located in the Netherlands, is nearing completion, housing a world record 12,500 bikes.
The mountain biking community is getting on the front foot and making sure that as well as building trails, they're building environmental goodwill.
Cashed up tech start-ups have been snooping our streets for places to launch their autonomous vehicles, and they like the look of nice car-free bike lanes.
A new study from the UK confirms that active travel, such as bike riding and walking, has a strong positive impact on building a healthy and active nation.
The Italians are planning a new 250km bike tourism route through central Italy, linking Assisi in Umbria to the country's capital, Rome.
In a move to promote the use of e-bikes, the UK Government have refreshed their Ride to Work scheme to abandon the £1,000 limit on purchasing bikes and equipment.
Planning is underway to link up a continuous 6000 kilometre trail across the US. The Great American Rail Trail will link up more than 125 existing trails across the country.
Amsterdam, London and Oslo are the latest to push forward with plans to reduce car dependency and boost public and active transport.
New studies are showing that psychiatric inpatients with complex needs can greatly benefit from the positive effects of exercise such as riding a bike.
A study measuring physical activity in residents pre and post developing of a bike-friendly thoroughfare proved that investing in infrastructure does get more people active.
Ireland is developing two major bike routes to structure and promote the development of cycling tourism throughout the country and along the Atlantic Coast Route.
As governments across the country are grapple with ways to reduce the road toll, new research suggests that building more protected bike lanes may just do the trick.
A new study out of Denmark shows that only 5 per cent of bike riders are breaking road rules while driving, compared to 66 per cent of drivers who are doing so.
A battery fitted to some eZeebike e-bikes has been recalled as it can catch fire during re-charging. The product was sold from 1 April 2016 until 30 June 2018.
A comparative study from 2014 to 2018 found a 57 per cent increase in driver distraction due to manipulating a mobile phone in the hand.
A new initiative in London aims to switch 15 per cent of city deliveries to cargo bikes, in a bid to save up to 450 lives and £10 million per year.
Being obese combined with car commuting has been associated with a 32% higher risk of premature death, reports a recent study from British Heart Foundation.
Further evidence to support the notion that taking away space and slowing speed for cars to prioritise places for pedestrians and bicycles improves our streets.
New regulations will see safety technologies that reduce human driver error become mandatory in all European vehicles by 2022.
A new study from London shows that building good bike facilities can have a positive impact on housing development and influence where people desire to live.