Monthly Archives: April 2014

Space for Cycling presents a small ride with a big ambition

You are invited to join our ‘Small Ride’ on Saturday 3 May. Starting at 11am from the High Street in Sutton (by Trinity Square and Waterstones) we will be pedalling to Cheam Park and back, a round-trip of about three

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Over to you

Today was a long day spent raising awareness of #space4cycling and #ridesutton by giving out leaflets, stickers and flags on Sutton High Street. We gave out hundreds of flyers and spoke to dozens of shoppers about cycling and what it’s

Posted in Advocacy, Protected Space for Cycling, Road Safety, Safe Routes to Schools

Remove through motor traffic #Space4Cycling

“Get out of my way” #Space4Cycling This is Rochester Road, Carshalton, London Borough of Sutton – part of a regular cycle route for me and many others. It is a typical suburban road which ought to be 100% OK for

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Good advice. Nice design (?). Doesn’t work.

Lock the frame and both wheels to the stand. That is what the sticker says. It is good advice. No doubt about that. You don’t want to come back and find that you are missing a wheel or two. On

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Cycling to School In London Borough of Sutton

Monday Mar 31 – The weather is improving, and it’s great to be outdoors away from the congested roads and cycling by the River Wandle.  The back streets we use seem unusually quiet today, it’s the last week of term

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Cycling to school in London Borough of Sutton

My daughter is in Year 1 and goes to school about 1.5 miles from our home. A journey that’s almost always going to be easier, quicker and cheaper by bike than any other means. When she started at school, aged

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Posted in Advocacy, Liveable Town Centres, Protected Space for Cycling, Safe Routes to Schools