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18 August 2016 - 12:29pm
Cycling equals anti-social - in Newport!
Cyclist riding in a pedestrianised area
As Newport joins Mansfield to protect the public from cyclists with town and city centre bans, what's happened to their active travel aspirations, and will all drivers and pedestrians be banned from other areas because of the irresponsible behaviour of a few?
15 August 2016 - 10:05am
Protecting the public from cyclists?
Mansfield market square, where cycling is banned
What do the sale of psychoactive substances, dog fouling and cycling have in common? According to Mansfield District Council they're all anti-social activities which need to be banned, with offenders liable for fines for freewheeling down Leeming Street. If you cycle in Mansfield, then Cycling UK needs to hear from you urgently!
11 December 2015 - 2:50pm
How will the proposed increase in the Small Claims limit affect cyclists?
Will small claims limit rise for cyclists injured in road collisions help?
CTC-linked charity Cyclists' Defence Fund recently asked Oliver Jeffcott, a personal injury lawyer with Slater and Gordon, who provide legal assistance to CTC members, to write a blog outlining the implications of an increase in the small claims limit for cyclists injured in road collisions.
25 March 2015 - 11:07am
We need road crash victims' rights
Roger Geffen at Michael Mason vigil. Photo by Joe Dunckley
The insensitive treatment of Michael Mason's grieving family by the Metropolitan Police is representative of the experience of many road crash victims. CTC's Rhia Weston explains the need for the Victims Bill to enshrine the rights of those victimised by road crime.
6 February 2014 - 1:37pm
Birthday boy donates to CDF
Alan with his custom built Girostorino bike frame
Cycle North Wales member Alan Belton raised £470 for the Cyclists' Defence Fund at his 65th birthday celebration dinner.
 
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