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We support: the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain
We support: The Times Cities fit for cycling campaign
We support: European Citizen´s Initiative “20mph – making streets liveable!”
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Tag Archives: Taking home shopping
Shopping by bike can be quick, easy and convenient… … obviously it helps if there is decent cycle parking near the shops.
Riding a bicycle as transport is, and should be, a normal part of life.
Just going home from the shops, why complicate things?
In many places in Europe this sort of behaviour is considered normal… … it should be normal here too.