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Pedals (along with the Notts CTC) were very sad to hear the news of the death on 13 July of Roger Codling, aged 70, a longstanding member of the local CTC, and also at one time a regular attender at Pedals meetings in his capacity as local CTC Right to Ride Officer.
Through the Nottingham Local Sustainable Transport fund the City Council is piloting new ways of engaging with the local community through offering people help with the way they travel.
Citycard Cycle Hire and Storage Scheme expanding further - FREE TRIAL OFFER for Pedals Members extended to March 2014!Posted June 28th, 2012 by admin
New campaign: Register it quickly, Mark it clearly, Lock it securely and
Keep it safely campaign launched in June 2012 : 'Bike Shepherd'
In Bike Week (June) 2012 a new campaign was launched to combat the recent increased number of bike thefts in Greater Nottingham, and focusing on the 'Bike Shepherd' system to allow cyclists to register their bike details online and use a special marker stuck onto the bike frame.
Since May 2012 Pedals meetings have no longer been taking place at The Globe PH following the closure of the pub early that month.
Meeting are therefore now held at the Vat and Fiddle PH, 12-14 Queen's Bridge, Road,
Nottingham on every third Monday at 7.30 p.m. There are cycle stands opposite the main entrance.
UPDATE OF 8 AUG 2013:
RUDDINGTON LANE NOW REOPENED
The latest (May 2013) Nottingham City cycle maps can be obtained
from Nottingham City Council.
These have the same cover as the previous map (September 2011) with relatively minor corrections and can be obtained from
Keith Morgan, tel. (0115) 876 3942
or email: Keith.Morgan [at] nottinghamcity [dot] gov [dot] uk
Motorists are being asked to take more care near motorbikes and bicycles on roads this summer after an increase in collisions involving these vulnerable road users.