Exhibitors from the South have joined hundreds of others at the country's biggest cycling show. More than 30 thousand people were expected to visit the Cycle Show in Birmingham over the weekend of the 22nd - 24th September 2017.
However it comes as the Government has announced it is considering the introduction of a new law for cyclists, which would be the equivalent of causing death by dangerous driving. Kevin Ashford reports.
The first shipment of bicycles has finally arrived for Brighton's new 'bike share' scheme.
By early September 450 will be available for the use of residents and tourists.
Our reporter Andy Dickenson has been given the exclusive first ride of one.
Andy spoke to Operations Manager, Duncan Blinkhorn and Scheme Manager, Ian Davey.
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, has announced a £214 million funding package for eight cities, including Oxford, to make cycling safer and more popular.
Oxford City Council is working with the Broken Spoke Bike Co-op to mend the city's abandoned bikes for the benefit of the local community.
From now a proportion of the abandoned bikes which are retrieved by the Council and donated to the campaign.
Oxford council's dedicated abandoned bikes team collects bikes abandoned in Oxford in order to avoid obstructions on pavements and ensure bike racks are used appropriately.
In total, 119 bikes were removed in the last year.
Councillor John Tanner, Board Member for a Cleaner, Greener Oxford, says: “It is fantastic working in partnership with the Broken Spoke to provide a creative solution to the problem of abandoned bikes in our city."