Anja and I just graduated from high school not long ago and we were still quite unsure what we wanted to study in college, so we decided to intern with Cycle.land. Here we share some thoughts about our experience so far.
Meet the Cyclist: Jake Backus Jake tells us about campaigning for better cycling infrastructure in Oxford, his love of coaching youth cycle teams, the importance of giving cycling a go, and his work with Coca Cola to engage some of Europe's largest retailers on environment and sustainability.
We are excited about our partnership with Mobike - the world's largest smart bike sharing scheme!
For the fourth in our blog series on the Cycle.land community, we hear from Kristina, a grad student at Oxford University and user of our Community Bikes.
We caught up with Scott for the third in our blog series on the Cycle.land community.
We caught up with Jon, Oxford commuter, for the second in our blog series on the Cycle.land community.
What began with one Ruby-red bike belonging to Krizia Delgado is turning into a national fleet of Humanitarian Bikes looking set to change the world one small cycle at a time.
Krizia rents her beautiful red bike, Ruby, on Cycle.land and all proceeds from rentals go towards funding humanitarian projects. We spoke to Krizia about Ruby and how humanitarian bikes can change the world.
We caught up with Adrien, Cambridge explorer, for the first in our blog series on the Cycle.land community.
Today at 7pm, Broad Street, Oxford: Claudia's friends at Broken Spoke are organizing a ride to celebrate Claudia’s life.
WOW! 1 YEAR! Just like any other 1 year old, Cycle.land has taken us on a journey: an inspiring, fast moving, full of love, commitment, education, and development journey.
Cycle.land has teamed up with Google to introduce the self-driving bicycle across the UK.
Cycle.land arrives in Cambridge, 'Britain's cycling capital'!
The Cambridge Transport Hack brought together coders, designers, transport professionals, local tech groups, students and young minds, to participate in solving transport problems in Cambridge. Held at the IFM, Cambridge University, it was a hugely inspiring event, with a fantastic turnout of participants who arrived excited and stoked to get started, their heads full of innovative and creative ideas.
Cycle.land has arrived in Edinburgh: after a successful launch in Oxford last year, Cycle.land is expanding. Find out how Cycle.land is making it easy for residents of the Scottish Capital to get cycling and be part of our growing bike-sharing community.
Meet the cyclist: Ross Wallace, student and part-time barista. He cycles every day in Edinburgh on his bright red 12-speed racer. He hasn't once got a bus in the 9 months that he's lived here. He says that cycling makes the city seem smaller, more familiar and accessible, while at the same time revealing new routes and shortcuts, especially when "descending into and exploring the labyrinthine Old Town".
Women & Bicycles: a weekend in March celebrating and showcasing the power and potential of women and cycling.
X5 bus ride away from Oxford: Tom explores Cambridge.
“Vélib” is Paris’ public bike system, and seems to be used by absolutely everyone. With over 1200 stations and 14500 bikes, it’s pretty clear something’s being done right here.
We are so excited to be featured in Forbes!