City cycling clinic
In a weekly series, Fiona McAuslan looks into all things cycling in London, and shares some top tips on riding round the capital on two wheels
Updated: Thu Jul 30 2009
The right way is the wrong wayShould more local councils allow cyclists to travel the wrong way down residential streets?
Motorbikes in cycle lanes
Is Boris's first bit of road legislation a recipe for suicidal disaster for London's cyclists?
Tykes on bikes
Evading kamikaze jaywalkersHow to kick absent-minded pedestrians back to the kerb
How cyclists can beat the elements
Why we need more cycle lanesThe Olympic Development Authority will be pumping ‘multi millions’ into new cycle lanes – but does the capital really need them?
Why headphones are for headcases
How to beat bendy busesNothing strikes fear into the hearts of London's cyclists like Ken's bendy buses. Here's how to beat them
To helmet or not to helmet?It's unlikely to save your life in a full-on collision – so why bother?
How to cycle under the influence
Should cyclists pay road tax?
How to ride the tube with a bikeThe folding bikes that won't cause fuss on the underground
Why bike cops need to get busyHot-wheeling fuzz: eco-friendly patrol or overgrown prefects in gym kit?
What to wear on your bike
When to jump red lightsCan running lights preserve a cyclist's safety?
Avoiding the couriers
Of the various cycle tribes in London, none are more wilfully offensive than cycle couriers. Learn their tricks
When to ride on the pavement
Cycling on the pavement in London is illegal, but with so few cycle lanes and increasingly aggressive motorists, why adhere to a law that endangers you?
Where to leave your bike
With too few bicycle racks for too many cyclists, isn't it time the capital's pedal pushers we're allowed to lock their bikes to London's many railings?
How to ride the canalsHow to beat the drinkers, dealers and dog walkers on London's canal paths
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