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Kepler biking feedback flood expected

No submissions have been lodged on opening the Kepler Track to mountainbikers, but the Department of Conservation expects a flood of “good quality” public feedback before submissions close.

The Biking Battle of Britain returns!

Today sees the welcome return of Built In Britain, arguably the biggest and best biking contest in the land! Last year’s contest attracted the votes of thousands of British bikers and saw Lee Workman’s one-off Suzuki GSXR 1340 drag-styled streetfighter emerging as amateur victor. Riders also elected Rolling Art Motorcycles as their pro-builder choice

Biking to voice cycling issues

Michal Dub is cycling across Europe to highlight Prague’s lack of biking infrastructure. Cyclists in Prague find their concerns often fly under the radar. Other cities worldwide are becoming more bike-friendly, but the Czech capital has done little to make roads easier to share.

ElliptiGO takes biking to the next level

For years, bikes have been a favorite mode of transportation. Throughout time, bicycles have evolved, with changing wheel-sizes and slimming saddles. From banana seats to racing styles, the art of the bicycle is being celebrated at the Museum of Science …

Biking • Reader picks

Winner Bonneville Shoreline Trail • Great climbs, rolling flat sections and techy areas that challenge aggressive riders give the Bonneville Shoreline trail plenty of variety to make it a winner in any mountain biker’s mind. That the trail is just minutes from downtown, making it a convenient place to get a lunch or post-work ride, makes it the most popular ride in the area. While the trail is …

Biking • editor picks

Winner Mid-Mountain Trail • Many people may think of Park City’s Mid-Mountain Trail as a single ride. You get on it at Deer Valley, ride it to the Canyons and take a shuttle back. That isn’t a bad ride, particularly for out-of-towners. However, to get the full benefit of the Mid-Mountain Trail, locals know it’s best used as an access to all the great trails above and below it. Ride Mid-Mountain …

Clos Malverne all geared up for bucolic biking bliss

For a leisurely tour of the Stellenbosch Winelands of a different kind, Clos Malverne Wine Estate now saddles up exhilarating eco-biking safaris for enthusiasts to explore, experience and enjoy the splendour of the picturesque Devon Valley…off the beaten track.