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Cycle Clips
The scales of justice; not reinventing the wheel; when in Rome; Tour de Dales; Moy joy; moving stories; potty potholes; a gear in Provence
December 2012
Cycle Clips
Cycle to Work Day; Cotswold Outdoor; Dead Man Cycling; ABC in Edinburgh; A royal salute; Cycle Campaign News; Cyclenation Conference; ATOC Awards; Freewheeling pub;
August 2015
Cycle Clips
Playing games with children's health; bored games; Europe on the MOVE; One steppe beyond; Xcalibre!; September's Digest; Future of York Cycle Show; Cheshire Cash; Leeds the way for conference
September 2013
Cycle Clips
Catch up with all the latest in this week's edition of CycleClips.
March 2015
Cycle Clips
The Twelve Months of CTC; Shed loads of fun; Reinventing the wheel; the bonkers Boris bike ride; Brussels sprouts trees; The wheels and the butterflies; Cycle Digest for December; Time for a tour?; Song cycle
December 2013
Rob Hague in his velomobile
Cycle Clips
An outrageous attack; traffic policing; and a new radio series about cycling are all in this week's edition of CycleClips, CTC's e-newsletter for members.
November 2012
Cycle Clips
Giro-mania; Signs of progress; Bicycle use falling; LeJog record attempt; Auction of cycling memorabilia; Commuter challenge; A Day Out; Get into Europe; Bike Club Scotland
May 2014
Cycle Clips
The rise and rise of the MAMIL; 'The world's deadliest road'; Forest forum; Guidance for groups'; Bike&Go is go!; Girls allowed at Dalby; Brighton Breezy; the Bridge Street Saddlebag; Come on down to Rogate.
August 2013
Cycle Clips
Centre line study; Now count to £6,000; Repack riders; Gone Tomorrow - riding in Nepal; Post modernising; Emma Metcalfe; Oxfordshire CTC's 90th Anniversary; Riding to work good for wellbeing; Cycle Show discount.
September 2014
Cycle Clips
It's a busy weekend: this Sunday marks the end of Bike Week 2015, with events taking place right up to the end of September and beyond! After a two-year break, The York Rally is back this weekend, the Aviva Women’s Tour of Britain wraps up on Sunday in Hertfordshire and we're in Bakewell at Eroica.
June 2015




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