Worldwide Cycling Atlas supports all those initiatives
who are passionate about riding and pursuing their beliefs.

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  • Teaching You How To Make Your Own Bike Based in the UK, the Bamboo Bicycle Club aims to provide people with…

  • Café, Shop, Workshop Open To All Based in Bristol, UK, Roll for the Soul is a not-for-profit bike café, shop and…

  • The Rise Of Protected Bike Lanes In The US All too often, the thought of sharing busy roads with motorised traffic…

  • Free bikes to encourage cycling. Test Cyklisterna is an initiative in Gothenburg, Sweden, that offers free bikes to residents, in an effort…

  • Helping fix bikes, rather than fixing them for you. “One of the things that stops people cycling is not being able…

  • Cycle social, cycle safer All too often, the cut and thrust of city riding discourages potential bike commuters from taking to…

  • Venice to Copenhagen by bike, highlighting major climate change issues An Italian environmental expert and a like-minded bike fan have teamed…

  • Tearing up California for the City of Hope’s leukaemia research The Fireflies West is an annual multi-day ride organised by members of…

  • Using cycling to tackle social and environmental challenges in the community. Based in London, Bikeworks is non-profit enterprise that uses cycling as…

  • Promoting cycling across Australia. Australia’s Bicycle Network aims to encourage as many people as it can to take up cycling, be…

  • Using bicycles to understand energy. Based in Hackney City Farm, London, Magnificent Revolution is a not-for-profit organisation that uses bicycles to…

  • Encouraging cycling in Egypt’s gridlocked capital.  Cairo is a city rife with congestion. According to a 2012 World Bank study, the…

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