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As the celebrations got under way for this week’s International Women’s Day, I led 20 women in tweeds, sizeable Edwardian hats and scarves on a Suffragette bike tour of Manchester, organised by transport charity Sustrans and Manchester Bike Tours.Read the full story..
Rosslyn Colderley is the North West Regional Director for Sustrans, a charity which helps more people to walk, cycle or use public transport for short journeys. Here she writes for Northern Soul.Read the full story..
I’ve lived in Manchester for nearly three years, cycling to work nearly every day. Although very little will stop me from riding my various bikes, it’s a perpetually frustrating experience. Broadly speaking, the cycle routes inside the M60 are rubbish. Complete rubbish.Read the full story..
Northern Soul recently published its charter for safer cycling in the North of England called Cycle for Change. Gary Dawes from space4cycling writes about a national initiative aiming to “create the conditions where anyone can cycle anywhere”.Read the full story..
Now I understand. I really understand.Read the full story..
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