Tag Archives: Newcastle Cycleways Movement

Tweed Ride thoughts

The Vintage Tweed Ride is now only a week away now and, to be honest, it’s been taking up a lot of my mental space and available time. I thought that this being the second time I’ve organised it, it … Continue reading

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Women and cycling: some thoughts

There is some thought that most women will not cycle until they perceive that it is safe to do so, and that, therefore, the barometer of safe cycling infrastructure is a majority of female cyclists. See this report for a … Continue reading

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More on bicycles in Newcastle

I ┬áhave been blogging on the Newcastle Cycleways Movement site recently which is why I haven’t been doing so much here. It has many things that are happening around Newcastle to improve bike riding in this city, so take a … Continue reading

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BikesCount

Today Newcastle Cycleways Movement conducted a survey of bikes around the city for two hours, from 8am till 10am. I counted bikes at a corner in Adamstown and counted a total of 114 bikes, 78 were ridden by men and … Continue reading

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