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  1. British Cycling and UK Anti Doping join forces in new partnership

    Joint project has been met with criticism and comments that regulators can't "cosy up" with those they must investigate

    British Cycling (BC) has announced a partnership with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) in what they call a “fight against doping in …Continue reading »
  2. New website offers free legal advice for cyclists who have been injured on the roads

    Website offers free advice and can produce a letter for you, but is not a substitute for a lawyer

    You'll need hardwearing road bike tyres for your commute
    You'll need hardwearing road bike tyres for your commute
    A website has been set up to offer free legal advice for cyclists who have been injured on the roads in anything "from hit and runs to potholes".
  3. This Dutch city gives cash to community projects for every motorist that sticks to speed limit

    Will this get drivers to slow down and stick to the speed limit?

    20mph speed limits have been shown to have a limited affect in the UK
    In an effort to get drivers to stick to speed limits, the Dutch province of North Brabant is introducing a new camera that rewards drivers for not speeding.
  4. Tweets of the week: Ryan Mullen, Alex Dowsett, Adam Hansen, and more

    The best tweets from around the world of cycling this week

    As we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, so here are our top-picked tweets from the last week in the world of cycling.
  5. Should cars be fitted with special technology to prevent drivers from using mobile phones?

    Australian campaign group calls for technology to stop drivers being distracted

    A driver uses his phone behind the wheel

    All vehicles should be fitted with special technology to stop drivers from using phones and other mobile devices, according to a cycling group in Australia.