But did the old stranger danger or green cross code? I can't remember but I thought they were squarely aimed at changing the victims behaviour...
sorely tempted... I have the Saturday free if I don't go to Brighton.
How much does the ferry cost?
I agree that this video is a bit of a turd, but public information films have often had a tone of warning victims rather than advising possible wrongdoers.
you will be able to walk your bike across tower bridge... Might help.
It's a big floor in TFL's 'route based' approach to segregation. St Georges is a decent site for a dutchy style roundabout that is obvious enough to use. But they aren't DfT approved so we have a 'my first bike route' result that gets itself in knots.
As for that arrow, fuck knows, shurely a mistake?
You might want to check your idioms. Parking ticket is used to mean a fine or penalty.
I don't want to work for a company that subsidises parking fines. Shitty courier parking is often a pain in the arse.
any MTB will be more than happy along there
Two problems for a winter commute: It's 50% unpaved, the surface is a clay and stone affair, lots of loose stones on top, but not deep. This makes it a possibly bumpy ride but that dangerous compared to gravel on tarmac. I run 28 front and 32 rear and that's fine. A mudguard would be a good investment.
Secondly there is no street lighting, I imagine it will be pretty fucking dark along parts of the route. I reckon the scrotes of Luton are not to be fancied after dark.
But right now all is good.
Smile and nod from somebody on the Luton-Dunstable busway track. Fuck this is a nice route. Uninterrupted pedalling for solid 5 miles station to college.
Well done to the guy in full suit and tie on the brompton who left me for dust, he'd had his readybrek.
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