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    Making a Cycling Town: Qualitative Survey a compilation of practitioners’ experiences from the Cycling Demonstration Towns programme 2005-2009 Contents Abbreviations & Glossary Introduction Acknowledgements Chapter 1: ‘Lift Off’ for Cycling Bikeability 5 6 7 13 9 Chapter 2: Cycling Programme Delivery Best Practice Chapter 3: Cycling Demonstration Town Stories Aylesbury Brighton & Hove Darlington Derby Exeter Lancaster with Morecambe 15 27 28 34 40 46 52 58 66 72 79 86 Chapter 4: Common Elements

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    Automobile and Cycling

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    Cycling (advantages – disadvantages) Cycling is one of the oldest means of transport. Inventing bicycles was an enormous step in the history of transportation. Bicycles didn’t need horses or wains as a result transportation became much simpler and cheaper. Moreover the previously smelly and dirty towns turned into healthier and cleaner places. Nowadays‚ however‚ when there are several faster ways of travelling‚ is there any reason to ride a bicycle? Although in our more technologically developed

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    some legislative councilors advocate to promote cycling as major transport so as to sustain the low-carbon living. This promotion has given rise to many discussions in the society. While some advocates believe riding bike can enhance the citizens’ health‚ others concern that cycling may increase the danger of other road users. This paper examines both arguments for and against promoting bicycling as major transport. A number of cyclists advise that cycling can alleviate the chronic diseases and enhance

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    Cycling today editors office‚ Milwall Street‚ Buckinghamshire‚ London‚ Qt54YH5 Dear Sir‚ I am writing to inform you that I was outraged and furious when reading Mr Liddle’s recent article on his view of cycling and I couldn’t disagree with it more! I think that the article should be removed due to the many ‘jokes’ made at cyclists’ expense. Mr Liddle throughout his article puts forward lots of opinions‚ which we cyclists do not agree with towards the start of the article‚ he mocks us for ‘arrogantly’

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    Literary Devices in Lord of the Flies Wade Pate English III - 2nd Period 4-18-02 Is every human being predisposed with the capabilities to do evil? This question has stimulated minds since the beginning of time. In the Bible‚ as far back as the book of Genesis‚ we find the ineluctable capacity of man to commit evil. Likewise‚ in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies we find the depiction of the proclivity of man to transgress. William Golding “presents

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    Advantages of Cycling

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    Millions of dollars are spent each year ton subscriptions to fitness centres. These people could save themselves allot of money and obtain greater enjoyment and other benefits by simply investing in the bicycle. Cycling is not only good for you but also offers a range of benefits. Admittedly‚ cycling in rainy conditions can prove to be a bit of a challenge. One needs to take greater care on the roads. It is a good idea so that other people can easily see you. Wearing rain proof clothing can make you hot

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    Carbon Cycling

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    Carbon is the fourth most abundant element found on Earth‚ and is essential to all life as we know it. It is found in all living substances‚ and is essentially the key element for life. Because the carbon atom has the ability to form bonds with up to four other atoms‚ it can help form solid minerals (such “ limestone)‚ ‘squishy’ organisms (such as plants and animals)‚ and it can be dissolved in water. Carbon is also present in rocks‚ dissolved in rivers‚ lakes and oceans‚ and is in the atmosphere

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    report will focus specifically on the Parramatta City Council’s efforts to encourage ‘active travel’ in Parramatta‚ a suburb of Sydney‚ New South Wales (NSW). Although the literature on active travel is diverse‚ this paper will primarily focus on cycling‚ walking and public transport as modes of encouraging active travel to provide background and a basis for assessing the Parramatta City Council’s inactivate. Active travel has the potential to improve the individual’s physical health as well as reduce

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    bicycling is one of your passions and you long to do it on your next trip‚ Lake Chelan‚ WA‚ is the perfect place. No matter what your style of cycling‚ you can be sure to find something that you love here! Whether you’re a hardcore or a more casual cycler‚ there are many trails and events to choose from to get the most out of your trip! The Different Ways to Enjoy Cycling in Lake Chelan: - Electric biking Chelan Electric Bikes offers both bicycles for rent as well as guided tours. You can explore Lake Chelan

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    environment of small independent bicycle retailers. This was achieved through analyses of articles and reports about existing bike retailers industry. The report established New Zealand’s demand for bikes is currently high due to several benefits of cycling and the Government’s encourage. Findings also highlighted that there are difficulties for new retailers such as demographic problem‚ low marginal margin‚ or cash flow problem. It observed competition within bicycle retailers and the current market

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