Kinmel Bay- rail track yet to deliver the goods.

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Redundant Rail Track. In 1995 a  voluntary group called Clwyd Community Roots, based on the now famous Sustrans  principles, set about creating a cycle way along the redundant track of the former Kinmel Railway. This ran for three miles from … Read More

Caernarfon – threats to cycle routing

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Threats to integrated cycle routing Throughout the vast county of Gwynedd there are excellent examples of well designed and functional cycle routes. Until recently cyclists travelling  through Caernarfon enjoyed good quality. However threats come from several directions. Cyclist Fatality The … Read More

Barmouth Bridge, Maddawch Estuary.

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      The following Press Release was issued by Joyce Watson,Welsh Assembly Member  (Mid and West Wales). 11th November 2015. Network Rail “investigating” money-saving options for Barmouth Bridge   Network Rail is considering reducing future maintenance work on Barmouth … Read More

Cycling News – Legs and Brains are pals.

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      Legs turn heads Something we’ve always known.  Legs turn heads in the twinkling of an eye.   Yes they’re great pals. Stops grey matter dribble But there’s more to it than just that.   Researchers tell us it’s strong … Read More

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

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