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Merseyside Cycling Campaign at Skyride 2016

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Skyride was a great event, as always, with thousands of people riding around the city showing how popular cycling would be if it was safe. The MCC stall in Sefton Park, staffed by Lawrence, Don and Ian, was there to inform visitors about our campaign and cycling issues in general as well as to attract new members.

Everyone we saw was thoroughly in favour of the aims and the work of the MCC and enjoyed talking to like minded folk. Many left with new ideas about places to cycle in the surrounding area and how to build rail travel into accessing them. Lots of tales of near misses, potholes that need filling, wasted opportunities for cycle provision and cycleways that need maintaining were swapped as well as stories of long distance journeys in foreign lands, cycle camping, country pubs and just the general brilliant nature of cycling.

During the day forty two new members were signed up adding to the strength of our collective voice. The sun didn’t shine much but it didn’t rain and as ever it was a happy and rewarding day at this event.

Hall Lane Sefton bridleway and cycle route

13 January, 2022

Hall Lane is in Sefton, Merseyside and this route links Hall Road and the coast, Gormleys Iron Men, to Little Crosby and beyond in both directions, it used to be a dirt track bridleway but has been resurfaced and widened, a nice handy little route.

West Derby Road Consultation

3 December, 2021

Liverpool City Council has a proposal for a temporary cycle route on West Derby Road, to replace the one previously removed.Closing date for comments Friday 7th January 2022https://liverpool.gov.uk/wdrcycling The consultation is badly designed, with only the options of either agreeing with the plan or disagreeing with it. The design for crossing Sheil Road creates dangerous…

December pedal press available now

28 November, 2021

The December issue of Pedal Press is now available in print and PDF formats.Download PDF here.For a print version, email pedalpress@merseycycle.org.uk

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