I've gone for Gun metal grey with light blue detailing and transfers. Something like this with the Mercian transfer in the same blue as everything else. It's quite a wait until the frame will be ready so I imagine there is time to change my mind!
I have been told it's boring so if that's a general opinion I'd be interested in hearing it.
http://road.cc/content/news/160474-poli ... g-cyclists
Split cycleway/footways never work in my experience. The pedestrians are still legally allowed to walk on the cycleway and do, often in complete ignorance of it being a cycleway.
On the first leg, Cambrai to Mons, could we fit a bit of pave in. Just fancy a little taste of it
Are any of the famous climbs in that part of Flanders?
We might be able to get a driver to back us up, but if not the train option looks good
We are off to Cornwall on friday for our family holiday and staying in St Ives. I will be taking the bike down for the first time and wondered if anyone had cycled around this lovely part of the country, lookong to do 20-30miles a day and looking for some nice coast roads.
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If they weren't selling the discounts would have started earlier.
Last weekend Play on Pedals Instructors delivered two days of drop-in sessions in George Square, as part of the 2014 Commonwealth Games anniversary celebrations with Glasgow Life.
Children flocked to the Play on Pedals area and over the weekend our Instructors signed in over 90 children, many of whom left being able to ride pedal bikes. Our Instructors, on the other hand left exhausted and in bed by 7pm!
Anne, one of our Instructors was also interviewed by the on-site radio about Play on Pedals, which was broadcast across the Square.
What a fantastic event, celebrating the legacy of the games and demonstrating the enthusiasm of young Glasgow to get cycling!