Scientists are homing in on why people who regularly exercise have good memory, even into later life: it's all about the blood flow in the brain.
Read professional cycling coach and data scientist Philipp Diegner's opinion on professional virtual cycling, and see his top 10 virtual racing performances so far.
A new driving test in the UK is putting drivers in bike riders' shoes to help them understand rider behaviour and create a safer environment for all road users.
Barcelona has responded to the COVID 19 crisis by transforming street space to create even more, better bike lanes.
A new study demonstrates that a ten minute burst of bike riding triggers the body to clean out old, damaged proteins with fresh, healthy replacements.
The Republic of Ireland have committed a whopping €360 million annually (over AU$586 million) to cycling and walking schemes for the next five years.
Top British motorcycle brand Triumph has launched an e-bike, returning to the mode of travel that launched the company in 1884.
Rome has sprinted out of the blocks in the race to build 150kms of new bike lanes along the city’s main corridors and connecting streets.
Smart bike lights in the UK are being used to collect cycling data and feedback for town planners to utilise in improving bike riding routes.
New research suggests that investment in transforming the transport sector could create millions of new jobs and help countries create greener, healthier economies.
Radical changes that will transform London's streets to promote bikes have been announced by the national government and city authorities.
Italians who buy a new bicycle can get up to 500 euros from government as part of a 55-billion-euro stimulus package for Italy's virus-stricken economy.
A new study has confirmed the distractive power of touch screens, but has also shown that voice activated controls result in far less distraction.
Tres bien – the French government is offering citizens $85 for bike servicing and repair. It's just one of many things being done to keep people riding.
There's lots to learn from a 1973 study that Steve Jobs liked to quote, which placed humans on bikes the most efficient form of locomotion on the planet.
Bicycle advocacy can be challenging at times, but stories about the biggest sports star on the planet loving bikes makes it a little easier.
According to a recent study, even people genetically vulnerable to depression are protected from it by three hours of physical activity each week.
There is a reason we have reached peak activity on our beautiful trails and calm, green streets at the moment – there are so few of them.
Another study has found that building better bike infrastructure through shopping districts does not result in economic damage to local traders.
The Austrian capital is now handing over whopping grants for you to buy your own pedal-powered version of a van, wagon or people mover.