A lot of online services ask members to provide answers to questions like these in order to unlock their accounts in the event that they forget their password.
I'm writing to ask you to support the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill.
This is the first time I’ve heard it put in such emotive terms, but I know others who are nervous of cycling, especially on the road, due to fear of serious injury.
A famous environmental campaigner takes a flight, eats meat or drives a car. These are environmentally-damaging activities. They are therefore a hypocrite and can be ignored.
Wiltshire council asked residents to give their opinion on how cycling can be encouraged in the county. This is my response.
Something terrible and possibly violent happens to a family somewhere in the country. News sources report this in emotionally-charged detail.
Asking individuals to change their lifestyles to help the planet is nothing new. We’ve known about climate change since at least the 90s. Even back then people were encouraged to recycle, drive less and so on.
I have compared a tough fast-touring Schwalbe Marathon Greenguard 25mm tyre with a Michelin Pro 4 Endurance 28mm.
Changing down the gears resulted only in a rumbling clicking sound and sometimes, eventually a shift. I got the bike up on the stand and had a closer look.
“What is the meaning of life?” This is such a common question that I think most of us take for granted that it is also a valid one.
I used a SRAM RED eTAP road groupset with rim-brakes for about eight months and about 4600km. Here are my thoughts.
After some playing around with the calculators I worked out that I can get something very close to my original compact 2x11 set up with a single, 44-tooth ring on the front and a wider 11-42 tooth cassette.
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