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Cycling

‘Dreams can come true’: Uganda’s first female cyclist aims for the Tour de France

It is September and the beginning of the rainy season in Uganda, when the roads are flooded with muddy water. Everyone is slowing down due to the constant heavy rain. Despite these circumstances, 21-year-old Florence Nakagwa trains on the outskirts of Masaka, a town 80 miles southwest of the Ugandan capital Kampala. She drives 30-60 …

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The community calls for separate cycling lanes on the busy Brisbane road

A group of inner Brisbane residents has launched a grassroots campaign urging Brisbane City Council to prioritize separate cycling paths along one of the city’s busiest roads. the main points: A new community campaign calls for separate cycling lanes on Annerley Road South Brisbane Street transports 26,000 cars per day One rider who allegedly nursed …

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Road war: cyclists and drivers in a struggle like never before

There is a battle raging on the nation’s roads. I’m sure you’re aware of that and it may sound low, but the tension between motorists and cyclists often leads to dangerous and sometimes fatal situations. It shouldn’t be. Many motorists are also cyclists. Figures released by the Department of Transportation yesterday show that of the …

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Australian bikes benefit from the “Electric” World Championships in Wollongong

For eight days, there was an uncharacteristic stillness across Wollongong City, as some of its busiest streets were handed over to the world’s best cyclists. The UCI Road World Championships arrived in Australia for only the second time as a group unknown to their host, the city of Wollongong on the south coast of New …

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