As Hostelling Scotland marks its 90th anniversary this month, Gayle Ritchie explores how the organisation has broken away from outdated stigmas and refreshed its identity.
Like many, the seemingly constant lockdowns and being forced to stay at home most of the time has led to an awful lot of boredom.
Daredevil Danny MacAskill has returned to his native Skye for his latest jaw-dropping performance.
Halfords continued to enjoy impressive rises in sales as the nation turned to cycling during the Covid-19 pandemic in the run up to Christmas.
Great British bottoms are at risk after being slapped with Brexit bureaucracy on bike saddles, it has emerged.
Neil Fachie is hoping to hit the heights twice in 2021 as he aims for Paralympic gold and a trek to Everest base camp.
I cannot believe the arrogance of the Aberdeen Cycle Forum, Grampian Cycle Partnership and Scottish Cycling North East Grampian, who are calling for the return of the cycle lane at the beach.
Those who want to be free of the union always use such derogative language which I’m sure we’ve all got used to hearing from the SNP over past several years.
I have read several articles recently regarding beach cycle lanes and am heartened to see the planning department has finally agreed to remove them.
“The main problems observed are people cycling on pavements, cyclists not obeying road signs and cycling whilst using a mobile phone which are all deemed to be unacceptable."
I’m fairly confident that many Evening Express readers, like myself, would gladly welcome the abolition of the House of Lords.
RE recent cycle lane correspondence, I must congratulate those responsible for having the good sense to finally close the northbound left-hand turn on to Golf Road.
North-east cyclist completes gruelling Tour de France challenge to raise awareness of gender inequality
A group of cycling activists have successfully completed a gruelling challenge which saw them ride the distance and elevation of the Tour de France in just one week.
SUE Barker has confessed she had to be crow-barred out of the presenter’s seat of A Question of Sport and admitted she would not have gone voluntarily.
A north-east schoolgirl is taking on a 100 mile cycling challenge - despite only learning how to ride her bike two weeks before.
A number of duathlon events will take place over the coming months.
To paint clear regional pictures of how cycling habits have changed before, during and after lockdown, the Evening Express has analysed the results of the Pandemic Pedal Power survey by local authority area.
Here, we examine the results for Aberdeenshire – a sprawling rural area peppered with a number of sizeable towns and off-road trails catering to a variety of cyclists.
More than 90% of cyclists across the north-east have experienced “really scary” close passes on local roads, according to a new survey commissioned by the Evening Express.
The recent disqualification of Novak Djokovic from the US Open, for hitting a line umpire with the ball, is symbolic of a number of the problems the world faces.
When I was a young man in the 1960s I vividly remember the arguments I had with my father regarding football.
Aberdeen's communities have seen some memorable moments over the years, from dramatic fires to visiting famous faces and sporting achievements.
A popular cycling event is set to return to the north-east later this month.
Community organisations in the north-east can apply for grants of up to £10,000 to organise cycling events in 2021.
A documentary-maker hopes to raise the profile of his friend and subject Neil Fachie.
North-east cyclist to ride distance and elevation of Tour de France to raise awareness of gender inequality
A group of cycling activists will ride the distance and elevation of the Tour de France in just one week to raise awareness of gender inequality.
A glimpse of Boris Johnson’s plane, cold-water swimming, gold panning, watching 86 Sopranos episodes and making elderflower champagne: how MSPs spent the summer
Boris Johnson’s Scottish holiday plans were interrupted when he was spied glamping on the Applecross peninsula.
May I take this opportunity to express my total opposition to the main points in your article on the so-called cycling revolution in the city (Call to keep wheel of the cycle revolution turning, EE, Aug 17).
North-east residents have been reminded to have their say in a survey on the future of a cycle path project.