Event organised with British Cycling is axed due to cricket fixtures at Edgbaston and ongoing developments around the city
The car-maker’s Bike Sense research is being conducted as part of a drive to reduce the number of accidents on UK roads, where 19,000 cyclists are killed or injured each year
A push to get more Brummies on cycles reached a milestone last week when it was revealed Raleigh will supply 5,000 bikes to the city – and 3,000 will be given away
Raleigh has been awarded a contract to supply 5,000 bikes to Birmingham City Council – and 3,000 will be given away to those keen to cycle but unable to afford it
The Centre for Clinical Haematology to be boosted by £1.5m fundraising campaign led by former Wolves footballer Geoff Thomas
The funding was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg following the success of this year’s Tour de France stages in Britain
Brewery re-launches seasonal beer aimed at cyclists which celebrates the region's bike manufacturers such as Brooks England and Pashley
Friends of the Earth argue that only concerted investment to promote cycling and walking will deliver urgently needed cuts to traffic congestion and reduce dangerous levels of pollution in the city
Birmingham MP Richard Burden hit out at Deirdre Alden's claims that Birmingham's £23 million plan to encourage cycling was discriminatory
Eleven areas in the city to receive special designated status as part of a major shake-up to encourage people out of their cars.
Jewellery Quarter creative agency creates campaign for former footballer who is riding from London to Paris next summer to raise millions for charity
New €1m prize pot idea just the beginning of cycling's resurgence
Former footballer to tackle gruelling Tour de France challenge to celebrate ten years in remission after being given less than three years to live in 2003
Filmmakers Michael B Clifford and Pip Piper who are behind a Birmingham-based movie have waded into a debate about whether a £23 million plan to revolutionise cycling in Birmingham is discriminatory.
See a selection of what's on offer at The Cycle Show 2014 which once again returns to the National Exhibition Centre in Solihull
After Edgbaston Conservative councillor Deirdre Alden suggested cycling was discriminatory and predominately for young, white men, Mary Griffin meets some cyclists desperate to prove her wrong
Edgbaston Tory Coun Deirdre Alden said the plan to create a ‘Cycle City’ was discriminatory, provoking a storm of protest
Cycle lobby joins social media backlash against councillor Deidre Alden who said the activity was the preserve of 'white, young men'
Coun Deirdre Alden (Con, Edgbaston) made the comments at the Edgbaston District committee responding to a £23 million scheme intended to transform cycling in Birmingham
The Department for Transport has given Birmingham £17 million to become a 'Cycle City' but the scheme has come in for criticism from one elected council member