Instead of a podcast BCyC hosted a webinar. If you missed it head on over to bristolcycling.org.uk/the-future-of-cycling-in-bristol-webinar-may-2020
BCyC has been busy, remotely, and this month’s podcast features an update from Nick Davies which includes our ideas for opening up space for cycling/walking/running and positive communication from Bristol Council. BCyC meets online every week. If you want to join in please contact us so that we can send you the link.
In conversation with Natalie Fee, the award-winning environmental campaigner and founder of City to Sea.
In Ye Olden Days (also known as ‘last month’) Natalie took some time out to share her thoughts on cycling in Bristol and why she loves being on her bike – there’s a strategically-rung bicycle bell!
Mary Milton wanted to try the cycle route to UWE – she sees the eBike as “a lot better than being in a car” and “a proper mode of transport”. We talked to her about how practical she finds her eBike and you’ll hear Custard the Cat join in from time to time.
Mary is also, among many other talents, the Project Co-ordinator of SeaMills100.
The first podcast in an occasional series. This one is very short and to the point! When we heard that there was development at Old Market we asked Bristol City Council for a Dutch-style roundabout. We knew it was a big ask – it was probably too ambitious, this time – but what opened today is an improvement on what was there before. We just have to keep on asking… The traffic was particularly loud today, apologies for the sound quality in parts. https://bristolcycling.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/BCyC-Podcast-Old-Market.mp3…