Over 250 London cyclists took part in a flash 24 hour cycle parking survey. The results paint a powerful picture.
NHS workers who cycle to work have been let down by poor facilities. It’s time now to reflect and build for the future.
The new law will cover all new bikes from 1st January 2021 and used bikes sold from 1st July 2021.
One major win was after a police bait bike was stolen, which led them to an address in Tower Hamlets where they recovered 60 suspected stolen bikes.
The Met Police have just had two of the worst months for reported bicycle thefts in the last 10 years. A huge spike was seen in August and September.
Track & trace bicycle insurance by the ANWB, The Dutch Touring Club, has located six out of ten stolen bikes since 2018 using GPS trackers.
The property in Hackney was searched due to 11 different people reporting seeing their stolen bike advertised for sale on social media.
Taking a look at only Met police data, 2549 bikes had been reported as stolen to the force in June 2020. In June 2019 it was 2003 bikes.
As face coverings are becoming the new norm, Stolen Ride asks, are bike thieves taking advantage?
While we’d like to think that simply anyone could pick up a bike and start using it for transport, there are actually plenty of barriers that make cycling inaccessible to many people.
Following the announcement of £2bn cycling investment, we ask if this is enough to make lasting change.
To move towards increased bicycle storage provision, the UK needs to address a number of issues; those of space, impetus and money.