You don’t always have to travel far and wide for a little adventure when the city has so much to offer. Videographer Bryn North shares his experience of Cape Town by bike. The result – a magical video ode: My City On Two Wheels.
Ever wondered what it would be like to live and ride in Amsterdam. This short film by Streetfilms, offers a fascinating cross-section of commentary on life in the City of Bikes.
The secret is out – discover why Capetonians are choosing to ditch their cars and go by bike – fueling a revolution that is changing the way we live, move and connect with fellow citizens.
Charl Neethling shares his experience of riding a fixed gear bicycle – proving that you don’t need gears, a freewheel or brakes to have fun and cycle some serious distance. Simple is Better.
The inspiring story of Cape Town’s bicycle hero – Sizwe Nzima who started Iyeza Express, a bicycle courier service that collects chronic medication from public health facilities and delivers it directly to patients homes, most of whom are too busy or too sick to collect it themselves.
Despite living in the shadow of Copenhagen, Malmö is setting a shining example of how to convert motorists to cyclists – through a brilliant campaign called ‘No Ridiculous Car Trips’.
In this, the second of our series on emerging bicycle cities, we look at Indianapolis. This midwestern city is known worldwide for its famous Indy 500 race, but with the strong support of Mayor Greg Ballard, Indy is racing to become one of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities. One of their most impressive pieces of NMT […]
Emerging bicycle cities are the new “visionaries” in terms of bicycle advocacy and culture. Dublin, Ireland is the first of three highlighted emerging bicycle cities from which Cape Town can learn a thing or two.
Mikael Colville-Anderson, the author of the blogs ‘Copenhagenize’ and ‘Copenhagen Cycle Chic’ shows the innovative ways in which Copenhagen is encouraging it’s people to use the bicycle as its main form of transport.
Ever wondered how a bicycle is made? This is a really cool video from 1945…