Bike City: Tokyo

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If you ever thought Tokyo would be a difficult place to cycle in you'd be right, and wrong. Bike ownership is very high, riding infrastructure is very low. We check out the paradox. “I was really fascinated by how the Japanese react to each other when cycling on the sidewalk,” observes Margit Schuster. “They seem totally aware of the...

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Festival of Women’s Cycling

This weekend Cycling Victoria will encourage more women to hop on their bike with a Festival of Women’s Cycling in Melbourne and regional Victoria. A range of women’s riding events will be held over March 25 & 26 empowering women to try

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Tern Roji Bikes Go Global

Urban transportation specialist, Tern, has announced distribution of their Roji bike collection – traditional diamond frames with 650c, 700c and 451 wheels – to markets across Europe, Asia and the Americas. Following global demand for the Japan-only product line, select models of the new family of

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Centrefold: AnalogOne.One by Grainworks

In case you missed it we’ve decided we can no longer confine our gorgeous centrefold section to our biannual print magazine and have started featuring them online too. For our second March selection we’ve chosen a bike that is more art than

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The MS Melbourne Cycle

The MS Melbourne Cycle is the perfect opportunity to get on your bike with friends or family and explore Melbourne while showing your support for people living with multiple sclerosis. Over ten years thirty-three thousand cyclists have participated and raised over $4

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Cicerone: presented by Rapha

In September 2016, Walter Beckers and Kendal Noctor travelled to mainland Europe to ride up mountains. Armed with guidance from Phil Deeker, founder of Rapha Travel’s Cent Cols Challenge, they set off on a ten day journey to amass thousands of metres

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