A national Greenway cycling route would cost the same as a few kilometres of motorway, and transform how tourists and locals travel through the country
As a school boy,I was fascinated by the Tour de France, and now I’m taking on four of its toughest climbs
Our cycling series continues. After six months in the saddle and two falls, the stress of my inadequacy on a bike is giving me grey hairs
Far more Irish people are riding bikes to work now, and on safer roads, than a decade ago. Shame more of them aren’t better cyclists. As Bike Week begins, we start a series on Ireland’s cycling culture
How much longer does it take to commute if you stick to the Rules of the Road?
The activist-cyclist who wants to reclaim the streets
Pedestrians need to be protected from abuses of the law and of common courtesy
An Irishman’s Diary hosts three-way peace talks
As part of our Bike to Work series, The Irish Times invited readers to send in photos of the challenges cyclists face. Here’s a selection
In Berlin, Irishman Graham Pope has adapted the ‘couchsurfing’ principle to bikes
Maeve Brady cycled the Great Western Greenway in Co Mayo for her 70th birthday last year
Going on a cycling holiday? Before you throw your leg over the crossbar, read this
Do Ireland’s cyclists deserve a bad reputation – and can we improve their behaviour?