How many of Cardiff's businesses would be willing to sign up to something like this?
If you own a business in Cardiff and you are not embracing bicycles for deliveries or for your employees, you're missing a trick. Whether it is for the last mile or just getting to the office on time, the bicycle is the solution to urban mobility that has been sat under everyone's noses since the … Continue reading Why your business needs bicycles
We don't have much in the way of dedicated cycleways here in Cardiff. So rare are they that when you try to ride in one, pedestrians often look at you strangely when you calmly suggest they might want to return to their demarcated side.
There's nothing quite like Cardiff on a match day. Thousands of nervously excited fans adorned in red jerseys make their way into Cardiff expecting another thrilling yet valiant defeat to one of the Southern Hemisphere giants. Today we face off against New Zealand --one of the few sides in the world it is almost acceptable … Continue reading Match days
When it comes to getting your point across, there are few things more useful in making your case than a well presented set of data.
Whilst cycling is said to be front and centre in the Council's new transport strategy it appears that much of their energy is still for the benefit of motorists. The council has been painstakingly installing sensors into their parking spaces across Cardiff and has now connected them to a new smartphone app. Pokemon Go Cast … Continue reading Cardiff’s “smart” car parking is now city wide…and it isn’t so smart…
Before we start: yes I know this is a personal anecdote and not a fully fledged data/evidence backed peer reviewed analysis but that's not to say we shouldn't ignore the experiences we, er, experience on our daily business. I commute in Cardiff by bike. My route is about 20-25 minutes depending on how quick or … Continue reading An Anecdotal Example of Cardiff’s Congestion Problem
The clocks have just shifted an hour to usher in a season of darkness. The brief spell of morning light we can enjoy over the next few weeks will pass and we nine-to-five-ers will have to get used to only seeing daylight on weekends. But is that such a bad thing? Sensory deprivation It may … Continue reading In praise of darkness…
If you find yourself itching to get out and explore the world on your bike, this one is right up your street.
In April this year our friend Nic from Velo Adventures Cardiff took part in a 300Km off-road race from north to south Wales.