The latest episode of the MM Sports Podcast is out now and, as ever, the team tackle the big sporting
An official pre-lockdown Government study has revealed that two thirds of adults feel cycling is dangerous.
Boardman called the news “the biggest step forward for active travel that I have seen in my lifetime”.
After Prime Minister Boris Johnson hinted that lockdown restrictions may be eased from Monday, Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says it is “hard to say” that the worst of the crisis is behind us.
With 2020 dragging on, we’re told to stay indoors for ever more weeks. We’ve been resigned to looking at the great outdoors through Perspex window or the gap in bedroom curtains for most of the day.
With more effort from the council on sustainable transport, the bicycle is an obvious choice and it’s clear Mancunians have taken heed of its popularity.
Construction of the trail – which runs from coast to coast – began in 1989 and it was officially opened in 2001.
Manchester is one of the worst cities in the UK for bike thefts, ranking 30th out of 351 cities, not including Scottish cities, putting it in the top 10%.
500k in a day has quite a ring to it… so this July 5/6 I’ve persuaded two mates to ride from Falmouth to London with me to support a children’s cancer charity.
Matt Walls could scarcely believe what he had achieved after stepping onto the top of the podium to receive his omnium gold medal, completing a remarkable full set for the youngster at the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup in London.
Manchester Health Academy student + ex-pro cyclist back on bike thanks to PruGOals & Dame Kelly Holmes
A cycling prodigy who dropped out of the sport due to financial difficulties is getting back on her bike to complete the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46.