Is the BCR just MGIF?

Cross-posted from an opinion piece in Local Transport Today I’m currently working on the Near Miss Project, which looks at how everyday non-injury incidents affect cyclists. The level of carelessness and even hostility many people experience are staggering. A classic example is the MGIF (Must Get in Front) driver. The … Continue reading

Children and Cycling: headline findings from the first paper

Cross-posted from the Guardian Bike Blog where it appears in edited form here. Recently the House of Commons added in a requirement for a national ‘cycling and walking investment strategy’ to the Infrastructure Bill. This will mean the Department for Transport setting targets and allocating investment for cycling. Some good … Continue reading