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Why should cyclists use Twitter?

Some say Twitter is a waste of time. It is, however, the world’s largest global conversation and is a very effective way for cyclists to network, campaign and communicate.
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Twitter is an information network made up of 140-character messages called 'Tweets'. It's an easy way to discover the latest news related to subjects you care about, and you can add pictures and videos too.

Presentation from John Waugh from ‘Right-to- ride’.

Presentation at Clubroom from John Waugh from "Right to Ride" Please come along and support this interesting evening.

Sunday Ride, See Google group

Ride leader and ride TBA.

Walk to The Dolphin, Hursley

Bob Damper will be leading a circular walk from Shawford Down and stopping for lunch at The Dolphin Pub at Hursley.

Tea Ride to Dandy's Ford

Viv Mackay will lead a Tea Ride to Dandy's Ford

Day ride to Meon Valley

Jim Probert will lead a day ride to The Meon Valley

Coffee at Lee-on-Solent

 

Lunch a Bold Forester Soberton Heath.

Runs list meeting 8pm at Clubroom

Runs list meeting 8pm at Clubroom, all welcome.

Hampshire Airfields

Chris Devrell will lead a day ride to various Hampshire Airfields.

Coffee a Thruxton

Lunch at Old Sarum

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