Barmouth Bridge, Maddawch Estuary.

posted in: Campaigning

      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

Gallery – sights from the saddle.

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Linger and be Rewarded As anyone knows who cycles, the views of the world from a saddle knows no bounds for the inquisitive. Split second encounters can leave us splitting our sides with laughter, whilst others may leave us pondering … 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

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

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

Liverpool’s Cycling Heritage

posted in: Cycling History

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 … Read More

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