Dust off that bike!

Bike Week is taking place to 14 June and Buckinghamshire Council is encouraging residents to dust off their cycles and get out on the roads, trails and bridleways.

Tour de Vale is off

This year’s Mix 96 Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride to Sunday 20 September has been postponed because of the coronavirus emergency.

Off-roaders united

The idea an off-road walking and cycling link between Haddenham and Thame has won overwhelming support from locals and community groups.Results of an online survey jus

Tomorrow's world

Government Minister Baroness Vere of Norbiton caught a glimpse of tomorrow's world on when she visited Aylesbury to see a showcase of new technologies that could revolutionis

New greenway plan

Work could start as soon as next summer on creating a new, traffic-free walking and cycling route linking Haydon Hill, Aylesbury, with Waddesdon Greenway.

Riding high with £56k

WheelPower, the national charity for wheelchair sport, reports that the Mix96 Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride event held earlier this year has raised £56,000.

Whizz there by bike

Aylesbury Garden Town is sponsoring WhizzFizzFest this year and to mark the occasion, extra cycle parking will be provided to encourage more visitors to come to the festival on two wheels.One of t

BBC man to start Tour de Vale

Bucks-based BBC Art Editor Will Gompertz will start the Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on Sunday June 9. Will  has written extensively for The Guardian and The Times newsp

BBC man to start race

WheelPower, the National Charity for Wheelchair Sport, has said that the BBC's Buckinghamshire-based Art Editor Will Gompertz (pictured) will start the Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride at Stoke Mandev

New boost for cyclists

Work has started on a second extension to the popular Buckingham to Winslow shared footway and cycleway.The extension, commissioned by Buckinghamshire County Council at a cost of £180,000, will

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