Thorns and the Cyclist

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(Retrieved archive)   Autumn cycling should be enjoyed. At a time of the year when cyclists should be enjoying the mild autumnal days before the on-set of winter, each year they are plagued by a rash of punctures caused by … Read More

Barmouth Bridge Protest Ride

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Saturday 31st October 2015. Cyclists and walkers gathered to protest. Despite the heavily overcast weather conditions over much of #Snowdonia (perhaps appropriate for Halloween) , a large and high spirited gathering of cyclists and walkers were out in strength on … 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

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 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

Threat to Lon Eifion Trail

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Bontnewydd Goat roundabout. Cyclists and walkers gathered at the Goat roundabout at Bontnewydd on Monday to express their concerns about the impact the proposed Caernarfon bypass will have on the Lon Eifion trail at this location. Caernarfon bypass. Public Relations … Read More

Welsh Cuts Place Cyclists in Danger

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Councils across Wales are blaming financial restrictions for failing to pursue traffic speed reduction policies. Evidence has shown that not only does the reduction in traffic speed lead to fewer accidents, but the severity of injuries is proportionately reduced, with … Read More

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