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The Power Of A Simple Message

It’s as simple as this: we all know that cycling is good for the economy and the local economy in particular, great for people’s health, does wonders for community spaces, is quicker than driving / the bus / the Metro

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Reclaiming The Streets

This caught my eye in yesterday’s Guardian: Alice Furguson and Amy Rose organised getting their Bristol street closed for a street party but without the party bit – they just wanted their kids to be able to play outside without

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Posted in Everyday People, Road Safety

“Superhighways are Practically Meaningless”

I’ve just spent a depressing half hour listening to the Guardian’s Focus Podcast – Are Britain’s Roads Safe For Cyclists? The answer is of course, “Yes, but…” Statistically, cycling really is pretty safe. Yet time and time again, those locations

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