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29 April 2012


Brian C Pope

I think this was a great event and more should be done to support cycling – well done. Cycling Scotland were a great help to me when I used to run a large charity cycle each year. I think one the best ways to attract funding is to show that cycling (tourism + reducing congestion + health benefits) will clearly benefit the Scottish economy. I have been getting fed up with all the negative stories in the press lately and been writing on my blog about it but great to read your positive post.

John Barclay

Well done in attending and reporting the rough and ready details. As an occasional cyclist but a regular motorist I'd like to see a better traffic balance and more funding to go towards safer and resilient solutions for the bikers everywhere.

Frank S

'resilient' eh? NewSpeak for what is that exactly? I think is a close pal of 'sustainable', which means 'backward, expensive, oppressive to the poor, and enhancing the power of bureaucracy'. Quite a lot for a little word to conceal, but you can see why such cloaks are needed!

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  • Rosie Bell

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