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Category Archives: Cycling
There’s been a lot of publicity recently about how Manchester hopes to be the country’s “number one city for cycling” by 2017. Part of the strategy includes a cycle-hire scheme for the city (similar to the London one), and cycle-training. … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been reading a lot about how we need proper cycling infrastructure and segregated cycle lanes if we want to get more people using bicycles. However, while I agree that segregated lanes ARE important, they’re a long way off, … Continue reading
When I first started riding my bike in Manchester, back in 1998, I remember once being utterly elated when I cycled from Hulme to East Didsbury, a journey of about 6 miles. It was the furthest I’d cycled in one … Continue reading
Over recent months, I’ve noticed a disturbing trend in the media and on the web. It seems that there’s a mini war on between cyclists and…. well, everyone else: A London cyclist has set up her own website to target … Continue reading