Cape Town cyclists dare to bare for a cause – raising awareness of the vulnerability of cyclists on the road. #ShareTheStreet let’s #MakeCyclingSafer
Have you ever wished that you could have eyes in the back of your head when cycling on the road? Well, now you can, thanx to a team of engineers from iKubu, in Stellenbosch who have invented a radar-powered device that simply and smartly improves your visibility and awareness of what’s happening behind you – […]
“When it comes to debates between cyclists there isn’t much that’ll get the mud-slinging and teeth-gnashing brigade more fired up than this one”… Taking on the much debated topic of SA’s helmet laws, Jamie asks the hard questions and shows that there is more to it than, just do I wear one or don’t I.
Cape Town’s winter can be a hectic time for cyclists. When the North West winds roll in brining lashing rain and wind, it can discourage even the most enduring of the cycle-warriors from going out for a ride or commuting by bicycle. But fear not – here are some solid tips to help you safely […]
This great guide to urban cycling is aimed at bicycle newbies and those curious about riding in the city. It runs through everything from pre-ride route planning to how to make a turn in a busy road.
New Video showing the highlights of CycleLinks audience led discussion and debate about international best practice around bicycle safety and legislation and what is happening in the S. African context.
On the 29th of November the Western Cape Provincial Road Traffic Act was passed that will require a safe passing distance of 1.5m between vehicles and cyclists.
On the 15 February, The Pedal Power Association (PPA) launched its ‘Safe Cycling’ campaign. This campaign focuses on a safe passing distance of 1.5m between vehicles and cyclists and ties in with new legislation expected to be passed later this year. The campaign will roll out across radio, print, social media, moving media (back-of-bus) and even […]