In a World Ruled by Cars…

… 3,000 cyclists braved the cobbles…

I was going to write a long involved post reminding everyone that Pedal on Parliament will be happening again this year and urging you all to attend but fortunately one of the immensely talented POP team has gone one better and created a trailer. Look out for me, looking hassled, with a megaphone. I expect I’ll be doing a lot of that between now and May 18th…


6 Responses to In a World Ruled by Cars…

  1. welshcyclist says:

    Is there a pedal on the Westminster Parliament, or better still the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff? Having the time to pedal to the Scottish Parliament is the stuff of dreams for me, as I have been reading about cycle touring. I can recommend “Good Vibrations: Cycling around Europe on a bike called Reggie”, if you or any of your commentators are similarly entertained. Back to the protest pedalling, do you know if there’s a similar idea functioning here in Wales?

  2. disgruntled says:

    There isn’t one this year on Parliament – and I’ve not heard of any Welsh one. Why don’t you start one? You have nothing to lose but your sanity 🙂

  3. John Gibson says:

    You are all braver than I am, cycling in London, but these are cobbles, I’ve been over them a few times, but not when it’s wet.

  4. disgruntled says:

    That’s Edinburgh … and it’s a lot safer when there are 3000 of you!

    I remember cycling down Merton St, not a very enjoyable experience…

  5. Oi! I’m the big sister, so how come I don’t have a megaphone?

  6. disgruntled says:

    you’ll have to organise your own demonstration! Pedal on Paris?

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