By Roger Symonds
We have speculated in previous columns about what will happen to people who have started riding bikes during this pandemic. A YouGov survey has found that a majority (85%) do not wish to go back to how the world was…
By Paul Brivio, Chief Executive of Active Oxfordshire
As we seek to find new ways of travelling while effectively socially distancing, access to a bicycle becomes a real issue of inequality.
By Matt Reid and Jenny Ward
Bicester Bike User Group share the experiences of teaching a 4 year old to ride a bike, and re-gaining the confidence to cycle again.
By Mark Utting
The government’s recent promotion of ‘active travel’ is fantastic news and the announcement of £2bn of funding could stretch a long way if allocated wisely.
By Kath Cochrane
Cycling is, at the moment, one of the few things we are allowed to do, writes Kath Cochrane. If you have children, and if your house is anything like mine, getting out for daily exercise is crucial for sanity.
By Alison Hill
Every Thursday evening at 8pm people are out in the streets applauding, banging pots and pans, and playing music, to celebrate our NHS and social care workers.
By Sam Chappell
It’s been 3 years since Oxford felt the shock and the roar from someone being killed while cycling on our roads.
By Rob Ainlsey
Writer Rob Ainsley returned with his bike to Oxford for the first time in 35 years. It’s changed since then. So’s everything…
By Roger Symonds
At the time of writing, we have been in lockdown for three weeks. People have permission to exercise once a day. We can go out with people we live with, but group rides are not allowed.
By Oly Shipp
As I cycled through East Oxford with my kids this morning, I began to realise there may be some positives to the present worrying situation.