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Campaigner Peter Smith leads the Crawley Family Bike ride
How do you revive your local cycle forum? Peter Smith in Crawley did just that.

Cycle parking
Cycle parking (good practice) - 12 Apr 2012 - Article
There's hardly a destination where cycle parking isn't necessary - schools, businesses, stations, surgeries, shopping centres, to name but a few. This guide explains the best way of providing it.

Riding off-road
Do you ride - or want to ride - on a particular path, but can't tell whether you're allowed to do so? Does your favourite bridleway suddenly turn into a footpath and you wish it didn't? Do you want to do something about it? Read on...

Cycle road marking
The 'Hierarchy of Provision' - 19 Mar 2012 - Article
What is the best way to provide for cyclists on the highway network? Sharing space with motor traffic? Or segregated as much as possible from it? And what about all the options between these extremes?

Obstruction on bridleway
What's the best thing to do if you find your favourite bridleway or byway impassable because of a fallen tree, or a gate that wasn't there before? This guide explains the process.

Unhelmeted cycling is the norm in the Netherlands, even for children
The case against compulsory helmets - 4 Jun 2010 - Article
Surely helmets must be a good idea? That's the first reaction from most people when they hear CTC's policy against compulsory helmet use. So what's the case for CTC's position?

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