Having just read some horrible accounts of the kinds of thing that sometimes happen to women cyclists, I’d like to make it clear that I am a woman, I’m almost 60, and I live and cycle in Bath. And I’d like to be able to safely do it a lot more. Here’s how….
Here’s another version of my vision of how I’d like my home city to be.
Ferrara, northern Italy. Photos taken (by Malcolm) one afternoon in the summer, about 4 years ago. The photos below are from a series he took within 5 minutes from a single spot.
You’ve probably noticed that something is striking by its absence: motor vehicles of any kind. This changes everything.
Another historic and busy tourist destination, a World Heritage Centre, with a different understanding of how life could be better for all of us. Just ordinary people going about their ordinary everyday life. No lycra, no helmets. No need for either.
Old, young, hip, staid – everyone is cycling or walking. Slowly and sensibly. No competition between the pedestrians and the cyclists – after all…
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