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Sensational journalism ! A point of view. by colwyn[_2_]
Journalists: Here’s how to produce less horrible stories about pedestrians and cyclists getting killed Peter Flax Jul 9 · 7 min read The numbers are...
Today 12:33 AM
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Letters: We drivers need to accept the consequences of introducingour lethal machines on to the road by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: YOU report that police will assiduously enforce the law against drivers who overtake cyclists too close, and that every week in Scotland at least three...
Today 12:31 AM
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RLJ cyclist almost mows down pedestrian on crossing by Mike Collins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9yJq49bn0w
Today 12:28 AM
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Near Miss of the Day 438: Horsebox driver overtakes cyclist soclosely that rider could bang the door by Simon Mason[_6_]
Police have been informed. QUOTE: Some close passes are closer than others - including the one in this video in which the driver of a horsebox overtook a...
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Today 12:26 AM
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OT: Why do cars have gaps for things to go under the seats? by Commander Kinsey
Why do cars have gaps for things to go under the seats? It would be pretty easy to have something covering it, in fact you can buy such a thing.. But it...
Yesterday 08:25 PM
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OT: What is the point in a tracker you take out of your car? by Commander Kinsey
Just saw on "The Grand Tour" them mentioning cars where they take the tracker into the house along with the keys. Surely it should stay in the car?
Yesterday 08:24 PM
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New cycling lanes in Southampton have had a 'major impact' on residents by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: CITY bosses have said they are “closely” monitoring the temporary cycle lanes on a major Southampton road. Civic chiefs have encouraged residents...
Yesterday 05:42 PM
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Letter: Cycling – let’s build on the boom! by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: THE Covid-19 lockdown has had a major impact on cycling in the UK. With the roads a lot quieter, people have been dusting off bikes they have not used...
Yesterday 05:36 PM
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UK's top five cycling cities named as one in ten take (SIC) up bikeriding during lockdown by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: Britain's top five cycling cities have been named as Cardiff, Newcastle, Plymouth, Birmingham and London. A poll of 2,000 UK adults saw the Welsh city...
Yesterday 05:34 PM
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Royal Parks to restrict motor traffic indefinitely in cycling hotspots by Simon Mason[_6_]
Good news! QUOTE: The Royal Parks is to implement a new Movement Strategy that will restrict the amount of motor traffic through green spaces such as Richmond...
Yesterday 05:29 PM
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Worldwide bike shortage slams brakes on cycling revolution by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: Copyrighted material. https://www.ft.com/content/6d68ebdc-0924-44e4-bbe5-6b1d75d291e9
Yesterday 05:29 PM
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Two-year-old cycling on Sheffield ring road by Simon Mason[_6_]
Who would have thought that this was possible a few years ago? https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EcgH8S9WAAAI7bA?format=jpg&name=medium VIDEO...
July 9th 20 06:43 PM
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Pedestrians' poor habits drive bad behaviour of motorists and cyclists by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: In the city I find the traffic lights/pedestrian crossing is often the flashpoint for conflict, writes Michael Moynihan Michael Moynihan: Pedestrians'...
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July 9th 20 06:27 PM
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Cycling safety: Passing distance signs a 'UK first' by Simon Mason[_6_]
The first of many one hopes - especially for idiot horse box drivers. QUOTE: Cyclists taking to mountain roads in one part of Wales will see new signs...
July 9th 20 02:23 PM
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Salisbury cycling group ‘wholly supports’ pedestrianisation by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: A CYCLING group has said it is ‘wholly supportive’ of Wiltshire Council’s plans to pedestrianise Salisbury city centre. In plans revealed to the...
July 9th 20 01:38 PM
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Cycling groups to have a say on improvements by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: CYCLE trails and footpaths are set to be improved across North Yorkshire and interested groups are being asked what they want to see. Cycling and...
July 9th 20 01:34 PM
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VIDEO - Coventry's bicycle mayor hopes for cycling revolution in city by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: The UK’s first city bicycle mayor believes the coronavirus pandemic has created a “golden opportunity” for cycling to become a bigger part of the...
July 9th 20 01:32 PM
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Tributes paid cyclist David Gadbury who died in crash by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: TRIBUTES have been paid to a cyclist who died after a crash at a roundabout.
July 8th 20 07:23 PM
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Green column: Think of cyclists as 'congestion busters' by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: Cycling isn’t for everyone. There, I’ve said it. Whenever I make the case for getting more people to make more everyday journeys by bike it’s...
July 8th 20 05:53 PM
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Cycling is 'safer than getting out of bed' according to NHS stats by Simon Mason[_6_]
QUOTE: Ahead of the Women's Festival of Cycling between 11th-31st July, Cycling UK (link is external) have used the comparison to highlight that cycling is...
July 8th 20 05:16 PM
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