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Brighton Journal | 29th May 2020

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From cycling to upcycling: how Covid-19 could kick start conservation

29th May 2020 |

Written by Ayna Custovic

Whilst the effects of coronavirus on humanity have been devastating, the environment has seen dramatic improvements as a result of the pandemic induced lockdown. With millions stuck indoors, an inadvertent shift has occurred towards an environmentally … Read More

Council Launches New Video to Help Cyclists Keep Their Bike Safe

7th September 2018 |

Brighton & Hove City Council have launched a new video to help cyclists keep their bike safe and secure.

To keep your bike safe and secure, it’s advised that you use a high quality bike lock and cable, secure both wheels, and use … Read More

Brighton Council Adopt New ‘Safe Pass’ Scheme to Protect Cyclists

14th June 2018 |

Brighton and Hove Council have adopted a new scheme intended to protect cyclists on the roads, by encouraging drivers to leave more space when passing them on the road.

The scheme, called “Safe Pass” was introduced in Sussex last week … Read More

Courageous Disabled Cyclist Ends Historic Journey in Brighton

1st June 2018 |

Natalie Wilson rounded off a staggering 97 day cycle at Brighton Palace Pier.

The cyclist became the first unaided disabled female to circumnavigate Great Britain.

Wilson is a sufferer of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. This causes disorders in connective tissues, and … Read More

Bored of the Beach Already? Here’s Some Alternatives

7th May 2018 |

On a sunny day many of us Brightonians automatically feel that magnetic urge to flock down the beach and soak up some rays, and even go for a quick paddle, but we all know Brighton has SO much more to … Read More

Busker’s James and Gregorio Met Through Deliveroo!

9th September 2017 |

James Green and Gregorio Manenti were setting up to play some cheesy pop songs for the people of Brighton near Churchill Square today. They go for things that people can sing along to as that is what is most popular, … Read More

BTN Bikeshare Kicked Off On Saturday

4th September 2017 |

The new BTN Bikeshare scheme got underway in the city on Saturday.

Before it begun over 300 people had already signed up with only 450 bikes available.

The bikes have been named ‘Life bikes’ by the Hourbike company who are behind … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Damian Cycles Everywhere!

30th July 2017 |

Bumping into Damian Ratcliffe in Queen’s Park was pure luck. He was here this morning teaching an exercise class and forgot his exercise bands so came by later to collect them. He decided to sit in the sun here instead of … Read More

Brighton Riders Up For The Challenge: Around The World In Twelve Hours!

26th June 2017 |

Professional adult riders who did one lap after the other, riders in funny disguise on penny-farthings and riders as young that they still needed stabilizers on their tiny bikes. They all came to Brighton’s velodrome up in Preston Park yesterday … Read More

Brighton Is Getting Ready For The London To Brighton Bike Ride!

15th June 2017 |

Last week, they were naked to protest, this week they will be dressed and raising funds for charity. On Sunday, the cyclists will once more take over Brighton when the annual London to Brighton Bike Ride will finish down at … Read More