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July 26, 2009


Alastair Seagroatt

As a Sustrans Ranger, it's great to see these initiatives at least getting a kick start. There are some brilliant rides around East Lothian so hopefully more use will be made of them.

Almost American

I like the bike shed in the photo. If we'd had a shed like that when I was in school perhaps I would have ridden my bike to school beyond the first year. The bike sheds were notorious as a place where bullying happened, and as a place for the smokers to hide behind. Eventually so few kids were riding their bikes to school that they tore the sheds down.

Looking forward to reading more about your bike trip.


@Alistair - I didn't know you were a Sustrans Ranger Alistair. Is that a voluntary thing? I would be quite interested in getting involved in that?

@Almost American - I agree, facilities do make a huge different to getting kids and staff to cycle to school. More posts on the bike trip coming soon.

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