Monthly Archives: August 2013

All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group’s Get Britain Cycling Inquiry HM Government Response

Out yesterday, here are some first thoughts on this Government response which you can see here. Do read the “Get Britain Cycling” report and our comments on it when it came out, The ‘Get Britain Cycling’ report’s 18 recommendations are given below. I give comments on how the Government has responded: Continue reading

The “Get Britain Cycling” Parliamentary debate: Should anything be “done for cyclists”?

Now that I have your attention: the clue to my question is in the quotation marks. As we line up for the September 2nd House of Commons debate on cycling  , I discuss below how the phrasing of the question tells us about many of the problems confronting cycling. Continue reading

The “real reason” for Bradley Wiggins’ lack of results in 2013

After Bradley Wiggins’ annus mirabilis of success in 2012, his progress in 2013 has been disappointing:  missing out on his aim of winning the Giro d’Italia and now announcing the end of his Grand Tour ambitions. We can now reveal the “real reason” for this – the same as for his injury and consequent failure in the 2011 Tour de France. Continue reading