Paul’s cycle-commuting story in the Lancaster Guardian

2E744EF2-8B69-4FD7-A120-D218EBF5D2D4This week’s cycle-commuter is Paul, who cycles from Bare to Lancaster, where he works as a chef in the Whale Tail café.  He admits he used to feel smug as he swept past backed-up lines of stationary traffic, but the opening of the Bay Gateway has put paid to that . . . for the time being!

You can read his account in the Lancaster Guardian or read a scan of the article here.

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3 Responses to Paul’s cycle-commuting story in the Lancaster Guardian

  1. John Hardiman says:

    😢no scan? Love these articles!

    • Not yet. Currently in Germany and the Netherlands so no access to the Lancaster Guardian hard copy. Hope to get back up to date this weekend. On the plus side, there’s plenty of cycle infrastructure to drool over here!

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