#Election2015 and #space4cycling

Our friends over at cycle.travel have posted "What do the party manifestos say about cycling?" - please read it and ask your candidates about it, both for the borough and for Westminster. There's also a similar article by the Telegraph. Ask your candidates "Do you support space4cycling?" Then please let us know their answers! Cycling ...

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Your Review of KLWNBUG's 2014?

What would you pick as your high points, low points (if you must) or notable events for KLWNBUG in 2014? A particular ride? Riding with us for the first time, or getting back on the bike? Going further than before? The summer evening rides? Coming second in the May fancy dress ride yet again? The ...

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A Cycling Strategy for Norfolk

Norfolk County Council is working on a new cycling strategy for Norfolk. This 'Cycling Vision for Norfolk' is due to be presented in draft form to a committee of the Council in January 2015. Details are thin on the ground at the moment, but a quiet announcement was made on this page in the summer. ...

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Why One Way Except Cycles?

We have asked for cycles to be allowed to ride southbound along South Quay, St Margaret's Place, Priory Lane and Nelson Street (the green streets on the map below) because: it will be safer, both for cyclists and residents. The current alternative routes, including the official route marked in red, are mostly on 30mph streets ...

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Great barrier relief, and a missed opportunity

In 2005, a new cycle track and river crossing provided a high-quality link between Reffley and Springwood in King's Lynn. The link connects the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Springwood School with housing areas to the north of the Gaywood River. However, north of Reffley School, and through to Grimston Road, the cycle route was marred ...

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