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Climate Extinction event starting at Reality Checkpoint. Participants being advised to follow traffic rules. More photos of the event: https://twitter.com/cyclestreets/status/1098571295262937088

Witch bike - in a pumpkin on the Hallowe'en #CamRideHome

#CamRideHome Hallowe'en Ride 2014

CamRideHome - hallowe'en ride 2014

This was taken on September 2014's #CamRideHome - there were about a dozen riders and we did a ten mile tour starting from the Mill Pub, going up to the Busway in Arbury up into Milton and back along the river.

See clip at http://youtu.be/UhkrVbLjA1U Each time I come down here I'm sure I'm going to go over. I take it really slowly and try to make sure it's a safe turn. It is very difficult! The path drops away across the path away from the c ... [more]

The Mayor of Cambridge, Ian Nimmo-Smith holding the opening speech for the Reach Fair Ride, which he joined (wearing "the other" mayoral chain).

Simon Nuttall's speech for the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

The mayor leads the Reach Fair Ride 2012.

End photo for the Reach Fair Ride 2012

Simon's return from the Reach Fair Ride

First group back from Reach Fair

The St Ivo Way - NCR 51 - Cycle Bahn souther section.

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUgTfOKR0hU A lovely, mostly sunny ride begining alongside the Cam downstream of Cambridge. A few little residential dinks in between golden sunny fields ending in the Park and Ride (with big b ... [more]

Reach Fair Ride 2011 at Ditton Meadows.

Reach Fair Ride 2011 at Ditton Meadows. See approx. location where this picture was taken #37491

Reach Fair Ride 2011.

Reach Fair Ride 2011

Reach Fair Ride with MP Julian Huppert. Picture taken from Victoria Avenue Bridge.

Reach Fair Ride 2011.

Reach Fair Ride 2011

Speeches at the Guildhall.

Cambridge City Councillor Ian Nimmo-Smith joined the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Bike Ride to Reach Fair.

Pre-departure speeches at the Guildhall.

Mayor of Cambridge Sheila Stuart talking to Simon Nuttall, organizer of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Reach Fair Bike Ride. Before riding she swapped the ceremonial chain for a bicycle chain, see #30528.

Cambridge Mayor Shaila Stuart and MP Julian Huppert.

Mayor of Cambridge Sheila Stuart with a special chain on the Bike Ride to Reach Fair starting from Cambridge City Hall.

Fact-finding ride on Gilbert Road.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The ... [more]

School children displaced onto the pavement by cars blocking the cycle lane on Gilbert Road.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

Dr James Woodburn being interviewed by ITV reporter Martin Stew about Gilbert Road.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

City Cllr Tim Ward, County Cllr Mr David Jenkins (Gilbert Road is an important link for cyclists in Histon & Impington), Cambridge MP Dr Julian Huppert, who takes a keen interest in cyclists' security and issues in his constituency. Befor ... [more]

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. Mr Hu ... [more]

ITV filming conversation with campaigners and Gilbert Road residents.

BBC and ITV in tandem. BBC camera on the rack (fixed) and ITV reporter Martin Stew on the backseat.

From left to right: Cllr Tim Ward (Arbury), MP Dr. Julian Huppert (Cambridge City), Cllr Ian Nimmo-Smith (West Chesterton) joining the fact-finding ride on Gilbert Road with officers, campaigners, parents, residents...

Cllr Rupert Moss-Eccardt (Arbury) discussing details of the scheme with Gilbert Road residents after the fact finding ride. In the background Cambridge Cycling Campaign committee officer interviewed for BBC Look East.

Gilbert Road fact-finding ride 18 May 2010.

On 18 May 2010 a group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going t ... [more]

On 18 May 2010 a group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going t ... [more]

Fact finding ride along Gilbert Road, here at Chesterton CC.

Cllr Lister Wilson (Conservative for Bourn, Cambourne, Caxton; Political Management Arrangements) taking an interest in the situation on Gilbert Road, here on a quiet stretch.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

Left to right: Cllr Douglas de Lacey (Girton) the County Cycling Officer Patrick Joyce in representation of the County Council, speaker of the opponents Dr. Henry Tribe and speaker of the supporters Dr James Woodburn joining the fact-findin ... [more]

Cllr Simon Sedgwick-Jell (member of the Growth & Infrastructure PDG), MP Julian Huppert. several councillors, officers, residents, parents etc joined the fact-finding ride on Gilbert Road.

Phil Crack, Officer in charge of the Gilbert Road upgrade speaking in representation of the council to Cllr Douglas de Lacey (Girton) at the Gilbert Road ride.

Two campaigners who spoke to Cllrs at Cabinet about Gilbert Road: Dr. Henry Tribe (opponent) and Dr James Woodburn (supporter). Both joined the fact-finding ride.

MP Dr. Julian Huppert, local Councillors, and Cambridge Cycling Campaign members preparing for the ride on Gilbert Road.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

Cllr Lister Wilson (Bourn, Cambourne, Caxton; Political Management Arrangements) has a keen interest in transport matters and joint the fact finding ride with officers, residents and other road users.

BBC and ITV "in tandem". BBC Look East camera on the rack, ITV reporter with camera on the rear seat. He insisted on Klaas wearing a helmet in case he appears on the picture (good that you never see the cameraman).

In conversations with BBC and ITV for the fact-finding ride on Gilbert Road.

Cambridge News taking pictures, ITV filming, James Woodburn conversing with Dr Henry Tribe.

Tandem with BBC camera for Gilbert Road fact-finding ride.

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when children were going to school. The a ... [more]

A group of Gilbert Road residents, Councillors, the MP for Cambridge, members of the Cambridge Cycling Campaign, parents of local school children and other road users cycled along the road to Chesterton Community College at the time when ch ... [more]

Earnest discussion about the facts of Gilbert Road after the ride. The speaker of the opponents (Dr Henry Tribe) in conversation as are Cllr Ian Nimmo-Smith and Cllr Simon Sedgwick-Jell (member of the PDG).

End of London to Cambridge Bike Ride on Midsummer Common facing Four Lamps.

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