Can you help DRD’s Cycling Unit promote cycling in Northern Ireland? They’re searching for volunteers to star in a new video around why people enjoy cycling.
South Belfast biking – a day in the saddle of a chic cargobike with Rodney and Charlie.
Pavement cycling shouldn’t be a common conflict but it’s being actively designed in by lazy road engineers – leading to dangerous conflict.
It’s round two of Bikefast’s vain attempt to see if local political parties are sending messages about bicycles through their party political broadcasts. Will the SDLP build a better future for cycling?
Cargobike Dad takes a cycle down the new Alfred Street cycle track (which is still under construction) to look at how the emerging layout matches up against the designs – and finds more than a few things to worry about.
The amplifying effect of dense on-street car parking and free circulation of vehicles drowns out street-level life in the Linen Quarter. Can an upgraded paving palette alone solve this?
What could Belfast possibly learn from New Orleans about cycling? More than you might think according to New Orleans tourism chiefs.
Fancy making a statement about cycling to work this International Women’s Day? Sustrans is celebrating and promoting women cycling in Northern Ireland to mark International Women’s Day 2016.
Belfast’s world-famous Bin Lane has been consigned to the trash bin of history as cycling route development continues in the city.
Contractors have been hard at work this weekend progressing Section 1 of the Belfast Bicycle Improvement Plan on Alfred Street, with a smooth cycling surface and markings giving a flavour of the completed project.