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  • Tour de Yorkshire future uncertain as hopes for Tour de France return suffer setback 17 Jan 2020 17:37 Yorkshire Post The sixth edition of the Tour de Yorkshire in the spring could be the last unless the race proves it can be a sustainable business model moving forward, its organisers have warned. The contract to organise the showpiece cycle race between the Welcome to …
  • Date set for the Goba Hills Marathon 17 Jan 2020 17:31 Citizen By Majuto Omary @majutoy2k [email protected] es Salaam.  The inaugural Goba Hills Marathon is set take place on February 2, organisers, Goba Road Runners (GRR) have announced. The event which is expecting to feature prominent male and female …
  • Toronto bracing for 'all hands on deck storm' with up to 15 cm of snow forecast 17 Jan 2020 17:11 CFTO TORONTO -- Toronto could get up to 15 centimetres of snow on Saturday as it gets hit with what one city official is calling "an all hands on deck storm." According to Environment Canada, a low-pressure system will move through the region …
  • Woking Borough Council backs RideLondon but admits people are 'limited' on the day 17 Jan 2020 17:11 Get Surrey Concern around the impact of road closures in Surrey for the RideLondon cycling event has been flagged as one council prepares a response to a consultation into the future of the race.  Woking borough councillor Ann-Marie Barker said the annual two-day …
  • Cycling club embarks on recruitment drive 17 Jan 2020 17:04 Killarney Today Killarney Cycling Club members Eileen Carolan and Siobhan O’Donoghue with, back from left, Fiona O’Dowd, Brigid O’Connell, Cauty Coakley, Marie Goulding, Ann Sheehan, Lillian Murphy, Mariam O’Connor and Deirdre Kelly PEDAL power will be to the fore at an …
  • Kevin Bronson awarded Outstanding Career Research Award 17 Jan 2020 17:04 Delta Farm Press Kevin Bronson, USDA-ARS supervisory research soil scientist, Maricopa, Arizona, is the 2020 recipient of the Outstanding Career Research Award in Cotton Agronomy. Bronson accepted the award Jan. 10 at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences Cotton Agronomy, …
  • Comment: Victoria’s pedestrians need a safer path 17 Jan 2020 17:00 Times Colonist A commentary by a trained urban planner who has worked in transit and multi-modal planning for 30 years. Were I to make an argument regarding the modal prejudice of the City of Victoria it would start with a defence of the pedestrian. In most cities there …
  • FeedMore WNY needs help creating reusable bags 17 Jan 2020 16:55 WIVB BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – As New York State’s plastic bag ban takes effect, it’s going to get a lot harder to get your hands on plastic grocery bags. So, FeedMore WNY is getting crafty, turning t-shirts into reusable cloth bags for clients. It’s a pretty …
  • Fishing Report for January 15, 2020 17 Jan 2020 16:45 Shawnee News Star Central Dolese: January 13. Elevation normal, water 44 and murky. Rainbow trout slow on PowerBait around spillway. Last stocked 12-30-2019. Report submitted by Ashley Walters.  Northeast Ft. Gibson: January 13. Elevation 8 ft. above normal and rising, …
  • Conversations That Matter: Clashes over micro mobility 17 Jan 2020 16:40 Vancouver Sun How can cities manage the collision between conventional vehicles and micro mobility Stu McNish, Special To The Sun Updated: January 17, 2020 In a world of climate change, the bicycle is playing a vital role is reshaping the way people get around in dense …
  • Lawmaker proposes stronger protections for Colorado bicyclists 17 Jan 2020 16:31 Denver Post Elizabeth Coldren, a Denver psychologist who lives in Whittier, often opts for less busy streets on her morning commute on her bike even if it means going out of her way. That’s because she has to share the road with drivers who recklessly dominate the …
  • Manchester's much-derided Piccadilly Gardens to be revamped 17 Jan 2020 15:40 The Guardian At 5.30pm in Manchester’s Piccadilly Gardens, three police officers are gathered around a wheelchair parked in front of a gold postbox commemorating Team GB’s Olympic cycling success. Sitting in the chair, bent double, is a tiny woman with one leg. “Can …
  • African Track Championship: Team Nigeria win 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze medals 17 Jan 2020 14:56 News Diary Online January 17, 2020 News Editor Sport 0 Team Nigeria at the ongoing African Track Cycling Championship in Cairo, Egypt, have won one gold, one silver and a bronze medals. The championship organised by the African Cycling Confederation (CAC) began on Thursday …
  • GALLERY: Heroes Awards winners revealed 17 Jan 2020 13:52 Express and Star Hundreds of nominations were received from readers as part of the ceremony which aimed to find people who made a day-to-day difference. A panel of judges then narrowed down the entrants until a winner was chosen, with the eight – and their family and …
  • Meghan and Harry's royal move could boost Canada... 17 Jan 2020 13:42 The Economic Times TORONTO/OTTAWA: Prince Harry and his wife Meghan's decision to step back from royal duties and split their time between Britain and Canada is expected to boost Canada's brand abroad and benefit tourism, although marketing consultants say the …
  • Disgruntled cyclists take matters into own hands to clear up "dangerous" path 17 Jan 2020 13:22 Daily Record Fed-up cyclists were forced to take matters into their own hands to clear a “dangerous leaf build up” on a Dumfries path. The campaign group Cycling Dumfries has had numerous reports of people slipping off their bikes on the popular route from the train …
  • Sakakibara siblings set course for Tokyo 2020 17 Jan 2020 12:52 Japan Times SYDNEY – When it came time for Sydney-based brother and sister BMX riders Kai and Saya Sakakibara to decide which country they would represent as athletes, the Olympic hopefuls were spoiled for choice. Born in Australia’s Gold Coast to a Japanese mother …
  • The Australian Open Is the Tip of a Melting Iceberg 17 Jan 2020 12:49 The Nation A view of the Melbourne city skyline shrouded by smoke haze from bushfires during an Australian Open practice session on January 14, 2020. (Michael Dodge / Reuters) The realities of climate change are colliding with the world of sports. The Australian …
  • Proper cycling infrastructure ‘easiest way to reduce public transport overcrowding’ 17 Jan 2020 12:32 Irish Times Enabling more people to cycle is the easiest way to reduce overcrowding on public transport and encourage more sustainable modes of commuting, a commuter lobby group has said. Dublin Commuter Coalition has also called for the use of bus mounted cameras, …
  • Best gym bags for men and women 2020 17 Jan 2020 12:14 Evening Standard You’ve got your brand new trainers, your trusteed top and your workout-ready bottom half, but now you need something to store it all in. Forget your timeworn tote, your gym bag should be as hard-working as you are. First and foremost, it should be spacious …
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