It’s within your grasp – consultation for Active Travel (Wales) Bill wants your views on how to encourage cycling – by RoW reform, maybe?
Dave wants you to get the CTC to represent the access interests of mountain bikers
With the bonfire of red tape currently underway by the coalition government it was only a matter of time before vested interests started pursuing their own aims. Step forward the Country Landowners Association who have just released report on their views on the Right of Way network: The Right Way Forward:The CLA’S Common Sense Approach […]
Both parties at fault, no further action. Can’t we just get along?
Youtube clip showed a spot of ‘discussion’ between workers and cyclist in Wentwood, Montmouthshire
…and they need your support as Sheffield Council plan to resurface parts of Houndkirk Path in the Peak
As part of this “greenest” Government’s bonfire of regulation its Red Tape Challenge is asking for views on Environment. As they say: “These regulations aim to conserve vulnerable or rare species, habitats and wildlife sites. They also control access to footpaths and national parks.” Pretty important we feel you’ll agree. So it’s somewhat worrying […]
The problem with land is that there is only a finite amount of it. When it is a piece of woodland on the outskirts of a city then everyone thinks they own a little piece of it – usually because they can remember their first dog walk, bike ride or quickie with the hottest girl […]
Our discussion of the issues surrounding access in the UK for mountain bikers continues with the second part of an in-depth article from a Rights of Way officer, we talk about Local Access Forums, what they do, why bikers are under-represented on them and there are some last thoughts and a bit of further reading […]