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Cycling

Page history last edited by Alex Finnegan 8 years, 9 months ago

The Cycle Hub

 

I was down at the boat club at the mouth of the Ouseburn today and I popped into the Cycle Hub in the old Ouseburn Regeneration centre.

 

There was a steady stream of cyclists going past, so it seems like a well placed business.


 

Cycle Path Maps

 

Yesterday I decided to cycle from the Ouseburn to Station Road, North of Wallsend, rather than taking the car.

 

So I thought to check the net for local cycle maps and the resulting route I took was very peaceful and thankfully quite flat.

 

Cycling is much more sociable than driving, I bumped into some friends along the way, i must buy a bell.

 

"The wind was in my face the whole way there -I hope it has changed direction before I go back!"

 

Here are those lovely cycling links, courtesy of the Local Transport Plan website, the images are large and should really be in PDFs for ease of downloading & printing as it is not very easy to read the street names off the screen.

 

http://www.tyneandwearltp.co.uk/core.nsf/a/ltp2_themescycling/


Recyke-Y-Bike

 

Recyke y' bike is a community project that accepts donated bikes from members of the public and recycles them for use by priority groups of people, such as the long-term unemployed, those who have been homeless, and those with mental health problems.

 

http://www.recyke-y-bike.org/

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