The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc with the sporting calendar as events are postponed or cancelled to try to slow the spread.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wipe out events around the globe, sportspeople are having to find new ways of keeping themselves in shape.
More must be done to protect cycling commuters, researchers have said, after a new study examined the risks and benefits of travelling to work by bike.
Cycling remains a huge deal here in the UK. According to government statistics, 2.4 million people cycled at least once a week during 2018, which means that people are heading out on two wheels more than ever.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has not ruled out postponing international matches as the coronavirus outbreak continues to escalate.
Global football players’ union FIFPro has revealed fears among its members of being made to play in “high-risk environments” due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A campaign group is urging Aberdeen City Council to improve cycling infrastructure after plans to introduce a bike hire scheme were delayed.
North-east pupils who cycle to and from school are being urged to focus on safety throughout the remainder of winter.
An Aberdeen man is encouraging keen and amateur cyclists to take part in a popular event to raise money for children’s charity Charlie House.
A study into constructing a new cycling or walking route linking the Bridge of Dee to the Deeside Way has been launched.
Aberdeen’s Neil Fachie was thrilled to reclaim the 1km time trial gold at the UCI Para-cycling World Championship in Canada.
Vasil Kiryienka, who helped Chris Froome win multiple Tour de France titles, has announced his retirement from professional cycling.
A national charity is looking for volunteers to help encourage children to take active travel to school in the north-east.
An Aberdeen cycle group has urged north-east businesses to support an event later this year.
A campaign group has announced it will match funding for an event which will see the closure of Aberdeen city centre streets.
Walking or cycling to work may be good for your bank balance and the environment, and new research suggests it may also be good for the heart.
A new cycling and pedestrian link has been approved by councillors.
A major section of Union Street could be pedestrianised as part of proposals to shake up transport in Aberdeen.
A north-east sneak thief was caught cycling away from the scene of his crime after vigilant neighbours alerted police.
The north-east has bagged the finale of a grand sporting spectacle – promising a money-spinning bonanza for the region.
A university is carrying out a survey into active travel in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen campaigner has hit out at the council, claiming it has gone back on its word to make the city more accessible to cyclists.
Plans for a public cycle hire scheme in Aberdeen are a step closer after councillors were advised to move forward with a private ownership model.
A keen Aberdeen cyclist is to take on his biggest charity challenge yet – a 24-hour bike ride around an iconic racing circuit.
Staff from an Aberdeen car repair service have set off on the first leg of a 458-mile cycle to raise vital funds for charity.
A north-east mental health charity is teaming up with an agricultural feed firm for a fundraiser.
A north-east MSP has praised a group of cyclists who pedalled their way to fundraising success.
All those pulled over were shown footage recorded by the helmet cam on a laptop.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire have agreed to enter into a bid to bring the UK’s biggest bike race to the north-east.
Sir Chris Hoy thinks the Tour of Britain will be “massive” for cycling in the north-east.