Did you catch our VOLT™ Pulse in the Metro a few weeks back? Continue reading -> ““Make Your Morning Commute a Dream”: Metro Features the VOLT™ Pulse”
With carbon emissions at a record high, we’re always looking to spread the word on e-bikes as an environmentally friendly solution. We’re happy to partner with Zero Emissions Network, a free-to-join network that helps individuals and businesses in London’s City Fringe area improve its air quality. Continue reading -> “VOLT™ Partners With Zero Emissions Network”
In 10 years the number of Londoners cycling to work has doubled.
“Nationwide the number of commuters getting to work by bike has grown by nearly 100,000, increasing by 14 per cent to 741,000.” According to an article in The Evening Standard by Sebastian Mann’s London is ahead of the rest of the country because cycling in the capital is such a “no brainer”.
This January most of us will resolve to eat, live and exercise better. It is no coincidence that each New Year every bookshop and social network feed is stuffed with fitness and well-being publications! But while many of us commit to a new healthy regime, just as many of us will struggle to carry that momentum through to February. At VOLT™ however, we think we’ve found a way that will keep you active and motivated all through 2017. “How’s that?” you say… by having fun!
A new medical study revealed today that if you are looking for ways to improve your wellbeing, you might want to start with how you get to and from work.
Continue reading -> “"Cycling to Work Improves Wellbeing" Revealed in new medical study”
It’s an age old issue and is something that has probably been causing tension since the invention of… well, since the invention of the wheel! Just take a turn round any corner in London and you’re likely to find a pedestrian, cyclist and/or driver arguing with each other over who has right of way. Continue reading -> “A Battle of Wheels”
Another week in London and another big disruption for the city’s commuters. It seems there isn’t a week that goes by without some kind of delay on the London commuter networks. It appears public transport struggles when it’s too hot, too cold or too wet! And if the weather isn’t a problem something else is bound to be.
Continue reading -> “How to Avoid Commuter Misery”
Tube strike chaos… but not for ebike cyclists.
Over the last 48 hours, London has been hit by rush-hour hell as Tube workers went on strike over proposed job cuts. The planned walkout by the RMT and TSSA unions has affected not only commuters, but has also caused an estimated £200 million losses in revenue for the UK economy. It’s estimated that about 1 million people commute into London each day, and although some lines were still running, this has without doubt caused London and the country a big headache!
Continue reading -> “Cyclists Win as London Comes to Stand Still”