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“The AA aren’t advising people not to drive”: Cyclists react to British Cycling’s state funeral advice; “Classic case of ‘wear helmet, cannot think’”: Drivers blast lorry-drafting cyclists; Terpstra retires; Kangaroo versus cyclist + more on the live blog

As you all most likely know by now, British Biking moved swiftly yesterday night to remove a somewhat controversial piece of advice, positioned on its web site shortly after Queen Elizabeth II’s loss of life on Thursday, which “strongly advisable” that each one cyclists in Nice Britain ought to keep away from using their bikes throughout Monday’s state funeral. The … Read More

Public Sector Round-Up 08.07.22 – Tenders Direct Blog

IN THE NEWS THIS WEEK Second cycling and walking investment strategy – July 2022The second statutory biking and strolling funding technique (CWIS2), will see round £4bn invested in strolling and biking initiatives as much as 2025. The technique contains new and up to date goals for England and contains plans specializing in doubling biking, rising ranges of strolling throughout the group, … Read More

Britain’s Got Terrible Cycling Takes: Amanda Holden says cyclists with cameras are “asking for trouble”; Ford blasted for ‘aim your car’ ad; “Build infrastructure. Stop encouraging”; Delays, dancing and danger at the Women’s Tour + more on the live blog

I’ve been in Italy for the previous two weeks, swapping the Platty Joobs for the Festa della Repubblica, so this 12 months’s collection of Britain’s Obtained Expertise has considerably handed me by (although, to be truthful, that’s been the case for at the least the final decade or so, fortunately). However whereas idly flicking by the channels final evening, I … Read More