Last year saw a new law come in to help promote cycling in cities. Cyclists are generally fairly well-respected and treated in Colombia, but how does the law view them?
Riding in the rain. It isn’t much fun. But it’s fairly unavoidable given that we’re in Bogotá, so it’s something you should learn to live with. After all, everyone loves getting wet, right? Oli Pritchard promises you’ll be wet but happy with his guide for riding in the rain.
The cycle race billed as the world’s toughest in its discipline takes place Saturday December 10 on the outskirts of Bogotá. Oli Pritchard speaks to the founder of the Cielos Infernales track race Brian Wagner.
With the recent 90th birthday of natural history legend Sir David Attenborough, Oli Pritchard decided to describe Bogotá traffic in his distinctive style. Imagine...
The Netherlands is this year’s FILBo guest of honour. The fair will fittingly coincide with the biggest Dutch national celebration, Kingsday,. Freek Huigen explores the significance of Kingsday and what celebrations will be taking place in Bogotá.
Oli Pritchard gets back to his messenger roots to see if he could still ride, joining Colombian couriers on the road and swapping tales
Oli Pritchard dons his trilby and considers the value of manners and elegance In days of yore, there was a better age in Bogota, when...
Oli Pritchard gets a little psychopathic about cyclepaths and explains why he thinks bikes belong on the roads.
Our man Oli Pritchard waxes lyrical about the joys of riding a fixed pedal bicycle, or 'fixie', around the streets of Bogota
The country is riding high as cyclists gather in Medellin for the World Bicycle Forum, while Bogota’s BikeFest offers food, music and art with a bicycle twist.