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Knutsford residents unite to organise major triathlon

Knutsford torchbearer James Whittaker and Knutsford Triathlon Club founder Robin Maxwell have been given the green light to organise one of the lar...

Police and Crime Commissioner Bright Walks Out of West Central Area Committee Meeting During Policing Item Map_icon

Cambridgeshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Graham Bright made an appearance at the Cambridge’s West Central Area Committee on the 1...

Cycling safety in Cardiff: Your verdict

Cyclists in Cardiff have delivered a damning verdict on the safety of the city’s cycle network, with none of them agreeing that it was well organis...

SMASH & GRAB: SSF gives thumbs up for tax raid on supermarket car parks

MORE INSANITY prevails from Blackpool Council as their next whim looks set to tax out of town supermarkets to subsidise town centre car parking.You...

London Road Improvements

London Road Improvements Stage 3 Meeting held at Headington Community Centre, Gladstone Road 12 December 2012 Background After the work on Headingt...

London Assembly publishes report into cycle safety: Gearing Up Map_icon

The Transport Committee of the London Assembly was tasked with investigating cycling in London at its meeting on 14 June 2012. The aim was threefol...

Headington Headlines #85

Here's my weekly round-up of local news for 5 - 11 November --- Martin Young's latest planning application for 29 Old High Street was withdrawn at ...

Winter Comfort – part 2

Lights LED lights can be really powerful and you could spend anything from £10 to over £500! In general, the more you spend, the higher the power a...

Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner – Road Safety

Police Sergeant Mark Kathro conducting speed checks in the East of Cambridge. Speeding is one of the top issues raised at local police priority set...

Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner – Cycling

My bike locked up in Cambridge. A Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire needs to ensure that the roads are safe for all users, particula...

Cycling in Sheffield: five things I’ve learned

Back on my bike after 20 years My dad recently bought himself a new bike and in turn offered me his old one as a hand-me-down. I haven’t real...

Photos from Penny Farthing race at London Nocturne

CROWDS gathered yesterday for the IG London Nocturne – an evening of cycle races around Smithfield Market in the City of London. Here’s...

Leith Walk Cycling: It's a Nightmare

Leith walk is one of top 10 worst roads to cycle on in the UK. But is it really that bad? I attached a camera to my bike (basket-cam) and cycled fr...

Sign Up For The Wight Riviera Sportive

Register now for the Wight Riviera Sportive, which this year features a 25km closed road loop.

Coast-to-coast ride for Rotary Club president

  Stone Rotary Club president Will Tonge will be cycling the 150-mile coast-to-coast route from Whitehaven to Tynemouth on 5th May to raise mo...

Leithers Pedal on Parliament to call for safer cycling

Last Saturday, Greener Leith helped to organise the Leith Feeder ride for the Pedal on Parliament protest. The day dawned sunny, if a bit chilly, a...

Trev’s 92-Day Trek gets underway this week

Little Stoke resident Mike Trevelyan is due to set off on a mammoth 2,000 mile charity cycle ride this week, to raise money for St Peter’s Ho...

Policing West-Central Cambridge April 2012 Map_icon

Poorly located 20 mph signs on entering Maid’s Causeway. On Thursday the 26th of April 2012 I observed Cambridge City Council’s West/Ce...

Tour of Britain cycle race to return to Caerphilly in 2012

The 2012 Tour of Britain cycle race is to return to Caerphilly. The tour will take place between the September 9 and 16.

Addison Lee’s John Griffin is a dinosaur in decline

By Angela Lovely John Griffin does himself and his company no favours. He is a driving public relations disaster and a dinosaur in decline. His com...

By-election 3rd May 2012: Marton ward

THE SECOND Blackpool by-election roundup for the forthcoming political rumpus on the 3rd of May, 2012.

Pedal On Parliament Leith feeder ride

Following some Twitter chat between local cyclists we decided that there really should be some sort of a Leith feeder ride for the Pedal on Parliam...

Hospice fundraiser is in a league of his own

Local resident Mike Trevelyan has come up with a unique way of raising money for St Peter’s Hospice with a sponsored cycle ride taking in all 92 Fo...

Fen Road Public Meetings Map_icon

Wooden bollards between Water St. and Fen Road which kept getting sawn down have been replaced with metal ones. On Tuesday the 20th of March 2012 a...

Friends of Midsummer Common 2012 AGM Map_icon

Given its heavy use by cyclists and pedestrians this path across the common is a little narrow. On March the 14th 2012 I attended the Friends of Mi...

Karen Baker On Her Bike for Red & White Appeal

With close working links between the two organisations, Karen Baker, Chief Operating Officer at NHS Isle of Wight is getting on her bike to support...

PCSOs Lack Powers to Enforce 20mph Limits

Prominent 20 mph signage, and traffic slowing pinch point, in Saffron Walden It was well after midnight when Cambridge City Council’s Full Co...

Safer cycling

I'm a cyclist. There, I've said it. Not every day, and not when it's cold or wet, but I do find a bike's a good way of getting around the city. I'v...

Headington Headlines #48

Here's my weekly round-up of local news for 30 January - 5 February ---Strong feelings about traffic signs in cycle lanes and the design of road 'i...

Latest post on the Edinburgh Innertube – Guerilla Cinema

In case you missed it on the Innertube Website, here’s my latest post there – about Guerilla Cinema at the Occupy Edinburgh protest sit...

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