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What Is The Critical Mass Of People On Bikes?

Criticality Accident – Don’t try this at home, kids! Sometimes we achieve critical mass by accident – like in the Newcastle Cycle Campaign’s City Chiefs Cycle Challenge, in which a bunch of politicians, civil servants and cycle campaigners took to

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This Is Why I Ride A Bike

Today’s Yehuda Moon strip – never a truer word: I remember the day well – a spring afternoon in 2005. I was in training for my first triathlon, but on this particular day, sitting in a mile long queue of

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Will Higher Fuel Prices Result In A Bicycle Tipping Point?

The sort of tipping point where the masses See The Light. Suddenly people are abandoning their cars, joining the revolution, and┬ápedalling┬áto a new, brighter future. Not so much of a New Jerusalem in England’s green and pleasant land as a

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How Do you Stay So Thin?

Oh, it’s easy really . . . Its No Secret – No. 5 in the new comic strip, Biseekell

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Here, You Must Either Be Nuts, Or Think It’s Fun

So there’s a whole lot of to and fro about this: Richard at Cyclelicio.us pointed out that the obvious answer that was missing was "because it’s fun", which seemed to get the Good People Of Copenhagen all vexed – to

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