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Pedal Press Spring 2019 issue out now

Pedal Press Spring 2019
• Protest and cycle ride
Cyclists are having their say by taking to the streets
• Plans for the planners
The consultants hired to improve the Lime Street area forgot to include cycle lanes – MCC shows them how to make plans
• 15 steps to make Merseyside move
Manchester has a strategic vision and Merseyside needs the same

Pedal Press Spring 2019 can be downloaded here

MCC’s Lime Street plans can be downloaded here

Rimrose valley community event 30 July – volunteers needed

11 July, 2022

COMMUNITY EVENTSATURDAY 30 JULYNOON–8PMLocated next to Chaffers’ running track, near the Glenwyllin Road entrance to the park. Rimrose Valley Friends have organised music, food and entertainment on the day.Merseyside Cycling Campaign is keen to have a stall at this free-to-enter event. We are looking for volunteers who can spare a few hours between 11am and 8pm…

St Helens cycle routes survey

24 June, 2022

St Helens Borough Council is currently seeking views on early-stage plans for two new routes – deadline 12th August 2022:   • Jubits Lane, between Sutton Manor and A57 Warrington Road. Extending routes installed in 2020, when completed this route would provide connectivity between St Helens, Marshall’s Cross, Sutton Manor, and Widnes.    • Lea Green to Whiston, extending…

Cycling fallacies – how to counter them

15 June, 2022

The Cycling Fallacies website collates all the facts and arguments about cycling for transport. If you’re a cycle campaigner, you’ll probably have come up against the same old arguments time and time again. There are many myths about cycling, which are widespread and often believed, without any basis in fact. This website is designed to…

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