Monday Aug 18
Cycling in the summer: 7 ways to stay safe
In 2012 the Department of Transport revealed an 8% increase in cyclists killed or seriously injured, stay safe on the road this summer with our 7 top tips Cycling is becoming more and more popular in Britain, and it marks a big step forward for our fitness, our polluted cities and our happiness.
Could this light-up jacket make cycling safer?
Despite the stellar example set by Victoria Pendleton and Laura Trott, and the fact that the 2012 Olympics inspired around 200,000 people to get on their bikes , men are still three times as likely as women to cycle, and travel four times further when they do, according to the Department for Transport .
Jess's double Glasgow glory
Special moment: Jess Varnish poses with her bronze medal after the Women's sprint final.
Glasgow hero sets her sights on Brazil
COMMONWEALTH double bronze medal winner Jessica Varnish has been tipped to build on her success in Glasgow at the Rio Olympics.
Morton beats Meares for sprint title
Australian Stephanie Morton has scored the biggest win of her track cycling career, beating Anna Meares in the sprint final at the Commonwealth Games.
The Daily Record
Glasgow 2014: Neil Fachie and co-rider Craig MacLean raise the roof...
NEIL Fachie and Craig MacLean raised the roof of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome for the second time in as many days, winning their second gold medal with a thrilling final ride in the men's sprint B tandem.
Victoria Pendleton shows respect to Anna Meares after her gold...
They were fierce rivals on the cycling track for many years but Victoria Pendleton was quick to praise Australian Anna Meares on her gold-medal success in the women's 500m time trial.