Weird cycle lanes of Brighton: “This website grew out of an article in the Guardian long long ago claiming that some cyclelane up north was the shortest in Britain. What! I thought, we have many many much shorter lanes!!”
Singletrack – Get Your Boss to Save You Money on a Bike: “Want to know more about the Government’s tax-free scheme for getting your employer to buy you a bike?”
According to the same webpage, another meeting was held on 27th April, but no minutes are available online as yet.
I wasn’t at the meetings, but I’m going to email the address given to find out how to get involved.
Just got back from a quick local ride. Just up the bridleway from Barmpton Village, then along to Peartree Farm and down the farm track/road to the A167, but I was out for about an hour.
This is one of the reasons why Darlington is good for cycling; you can be out in the countryside and away from roads very quickly. I put up two pheasants, was examined by some curious cows and rode through a field of sheep. All just 15 minutes from my front door.
Of course, there are loads of reasons why Darlington is bad for cycling – the busy roads, clingy clay, poor drainage and lack of good trails – but today, with a blue sky and slight breeze, it was good.
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