With the growing popularity of vintage, fixed-gear, steel-framed bicycles, Thalia Holmes seeks out the last masters of a lost craft.
Mpho Moshe Matheolane wonders if a new bicycle sharing programme launched in New York could work in South Africa.
An organisation in Johannesburg hopes that trading bikes for trees will plant the seeds of entrepreneurship.
Taking a ride on a Felt cruiser makes you feel like it is springtime in the Sixties somewhere in the American Midwest.
Two-wheeled transport rivals cars outside of big cities in Malawi, where simple bikes with a few bells and whistles are used to ferry even the sick.
Hmm. White bikes: not sure. Do they need a wash after every outing, like a white blouse?
Government has plans to hand out a million bikes to poor children.
In one Mpumalanga township, the streets are dominated by women on bikes. So where are the women in cycle races?