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Uphill battle but Tehran aims to become bike-friendly

A new bike-sharing initiative in the Iranian capital is trying to ameliorate the city’s traffic and pollution problem

Covid-19 red cards major events

Sporting events, from football and tennis to rugby and cycling, on this year’s calendar are in doubt

JOBURG CYCLISTS … CALL TO ACTION

We will meet the MEC Transport Joburg to hand over a document about the advantages of non- motorised transport and the safety of cyclists

Pedal power with the people

Cycling to work is healthy, cuts carbon emissions and is for everyone, rich or poor

Slice of life: Reading, the balm to pain

'I know we won’t reach everyone, but the one village we reach, the one community, is better than nothing'

Waste and Chemical Management

Winner: Bokashi Bran

Organisers confirm death of third person at Cycle Tour

At this stage the circumstances surrounding the incident are unclear and the incident is under investigation

Uneasy Froome keen to extend Tour lead before TT

The stage 20 race against the clock will be the last opportunity for any overall contender to make a bid for the yellow jersey.

From team to tactics: It takes more than pedal power to win the Tour

​With the 113th edition of the Tour de France beginning on Saturday, here are five crucial elements needed to win the coveted yellow jersey.

The ghosts that accompany solo explorers

Sleep-deprived adventurers have told of feeling presences during times of distress on their long expeditions, but what is this spectre of solitude?

Khayelitsha kids cycle to success

The tough discipline of cycling is no match for the determination and esprit de corps of the Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy in Khayelitsha.

Six key stages call for a tour de force

The 102nd Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3?360km. The most likely challenges for the yellow jersey.

I was a Tim Noakes guinea pig

The sports scientist’s research team doesn’t shy away from pushing the body to its limits.

Africa sends first team to Tour de France

The MTN-Qhubeka team, made up mostly of South Africans and Eritreans, will compete in the most gruelling race in cycling this year.

Tour de France organisers unveil 2015 route

One of the most exciting courses yet lies in wait for the yellow jersey hopefuls in next year's cycle race.

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