The route through Suffolk and Essex of Britain's first ever women's professional cycle race has been revealed.
A grieving mother from Suffolk is calling for careless drivers who cause someone's death to be made to retake their test.
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Plans for 3,000 cycle spaces at Cambridge railway station have formally been unveiled.
The development would be built by Brookgate and would be the biggest cycle park in the UK. The spaces would be operated by the train company Greater Anglia and would also include a cycle and bike hire shop.
The planning application will also include a 230-bedroom hotel which would be built above the cycle park together with new shop or restaurant units.
Sven Töpel, Chief Executive of Brookgate, said:
“We have been working closely with the council and Greater Anglia to come up with a
scheme that addresses the substantial demand for more cycle parking spaces at Cambridge
A new station square and transport interchange are important benefits of the CB1
development, and achieving planning permission for the cycle park will be a significant step
towards the delivery of our plans to create a new transport hub for the city centre.”
Britain's former world champion and Olympic medalist Emma Pooley has joined Swiss team Bigla Cycling for the 2013 season.
The Norwich racer had been pondering her future in the wake of her Olympic disappointment.
A group of British and American military amputees are continuing their 250 mile cycle ride challenge through Suffolk today on their way to London.
The cyclists are all serving or veteran soldiers, who've been injured in the line of duty. As Kate Prout reports.
When a police constable in Cambridge chased after a man who had assaulted a Big Issue seller - the offender jumped on a bicycle and it looked like he would make his escape.
But PC James Thorne didn't give up - he borrowed a bike from a passing cyclist and gave chase.
More than 100 cyclists have bought lights after being caught in the first two weeks of a police crackdown in Cambridge.
The East is looking forward to the economic benefits of Olympic gold medallist and winner of the Tour de France Bradley Wiggins competing in next month's Tour of Britain.