Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 27 August 2014 - 10:56am.
FixersUK is a charity that helps motivated 16-25 year olds raise awareness of the issues that are most important to them in creative ways, by using multi-media techniques such as short films, graphic design and music. The completed projects are regularly featured on ITV News.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 26 August 2014 - 2:38pm.
The New Forest National Park Authority, responsible for the 220 square mile wooded reserve, has scrapped the planned implementation of a rural bicycle hire scheme which had already secured funding, a supplier and much public support.
The rental scheme, which would have been funded by a grant from the Department for Transport, would have provided locals and visitors to the park 250 bikes at 20 docking stations.
This article outlines how you might be affected by planning legislation related to putting bike sheds in front gardens and gives examples of what some councils are doing to help residents store their bikes safely.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 4 August 2014 - 11:21am.
Last week, the Guardian’s Bike Blog editor, Peter Walker, reported on the paradoxical situation that Brighton residents find themselves in whereby Brighton’s Green Council encourages them to cycle but takes away their ability to store their bikes safely and securely.
Submitted by CDF Co-ordinator on 24 July 2014 - 11:01am.
CDF has agreed to support one cyclist’s challenge of a FPN he was given when he strayed out of a sub-standard cycle lane onto a shared use path. The cyclist, Kristian Gregory, had intended to cross a road that was sign-posted for cyclists but was stopped in his tracks by a Police Community Support Officer who slapped him with the £50 fine.
In the unlikely event that you are involved in a collision whilst cycling, you should make sure you can be identified quickly by the police or paramedics.
There are often incidents where the police are unable to identify someone involved in a road collision because they do not have any form of identification on them. This means family members may go hours without knowing what has happened to their loved one.