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.
More evidence is emerging that exercise is more effective in reducing stores of the dangerous fat that hides deep in the body than pharmaceutical solutions.
As our cities and towns seek to improve streets for bike riders and pedestrians, the focus of the street is moving from the roadway to the kerb.
People who ride know the benefits of streets that are designed for bikes, walking and enjoyment, and now in London some shopkeepers are too.
General Motors has joined the long conga line of car companies looking to enter the bike business as car sales retreat, with a snazzy new design.
A new US study has found that driver distraction laws have greatly reduced motorcycle deaths, raising the question whether the people on bicycles are also safer.
Recently the European Parliament dismissed a proposal to require riders of electric bikes to buy motor-vehicle-style third-party liability insurance.
The Italian city of Bari are paying residents per kilometre to ride bikes, in a bid to get people out of cars and rid the city of car traffic congestion.
England’s major preventative health agency has shared some in depth analysis on the health benefits of regular physical activity such as bike riding.
Reports in the U.S. suggests that emergency vehicles like fire trucks should slim down so that streets can be made safer and more liveable for other users.
There is a $500M plan to connect a corridor for walking and riding through the heart of LA County, along the famed concrete channel that is the LA River.
The proposal to develop a 500km north-south bike route through central England in conjunction with the High Speed 2 rail project seems to be going nowhere.
An interesting study of a huge group of riders in Denmark has provided powerful proof that people who ride bikes live longer than those that choose not to.