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Personality of the Month - Paddy Harrop, Forestry Commision

Paddy Harrop

What is your job or other main activity that involves cycling?
As well as cycling I oversee all of the other recreation work for the Forestry Commission in England including: our twenty three visitors centres, over 370 walking riding and cycling trails; our live music programme.

How long have you done that?
Since 2003.


Scheme of the Month - Pedal Cycle Parking Places, Brighton & Hove

Pedal Cycle Parking Places, Brighton

Pedal Cycle Parking Places (PCPPs): More than just bike parking

Research shows that a lack of cycle parking can deter people from cycling. However, balancing the needs of everyone in constrained urban environments in order to implement cycle parking can be tricky. Brighton & Hove’s characterful city centre and conservation residential areas often include narrow streets and narrow footways.


Scheme of the Month - Get Gorge-ous Cycle Challenge

Get Gorgeous Challenge

The Get Gorge-ous Cycle Challenge is organised by Cycle Bristol CTC to encourage and support new and nervous cyclists. They offer a series of bike rides starting at five miles in January, gradually increasing the distance so that people can build up their fitness and confidence to tackle the 50-mile challenge ride in June.

The first year was a great success. Of the 120 people who registered in January 2009, 80 successfully completed the challenge


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