Heinz Stucke – Cyclist Extraordinaire.

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Heinz Stücke – A Man and His Bike. Chance Encounters. Many years ago, more than I care to recall, there was a BBC radio programme entitled ‘In Town Tonight’. This featured interviews with interesting people passing through London. I learned … Read More

RSPB Conwy versus Active Travel Wales

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  Visionary Conwy Estuary Trail In the year 2002 Conwy County Borough launched a visionary plan to create a traffic-free cycling and walking trail alongside the River Conwy. Entitled the CONWY ESTUARY STRATEGIC ROUTE (CESR). It included a trail running … Read More

Liverpool’s Cycling Heritage

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Liverpool: The rich cycling history of the European Capital of Culture Liverpool, appointed European Capital of Culture 2008, has a rich cycling history. It was here that in 1869 one of the earliest velocipede clubs in Britain was formed, only … Read More

Don’t be a cycling snob!

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    Dear Editor Roy, Electric Assist Bike. My mate Chris Ocego purchased an electric assist bike in 2011. Although I thought it wasn’t ‘cool’, he lent me his.  I thought it was great and decided to buy one myself. … Read More

Active Travel – Warning Bells for Cycling.

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    Cyclingnorthwales can report that cracks are already appearing in the interpretation of the Welsh Active Travel Act. The signs are not good for cycling. Cycling is either not understood, or is being deliberately suppressed for inexplicable reasons by … Read More

Caernarfon Bypass – CTC Cymru has its say.

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  CTC Cymru http://www.ctc.org.uk/wales has shared its Caernarfon Bypass recommendations with CyclingNorthWales.  It reports:- Serious planning deficiencies. It notes that the present plans have serious deficiencies which impact on the current line of National Cycle Route 8 (Lon Eifion),   But … Read More

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