I am saying goodbye to Brexit support groups because I am saying goodbye to the UK and London, to my chance to live there. It’s a damned website, but these groups have been extraordinarily valuable to know ‘what’s going on’. The number of times I have quoted them to explain the situation or situations that have led me to take the decisions I have taken.Continue reading
To give praise where it is due, I should report that I have used the lifts at Greenwich tunnel a few times in the past few weeks and they were both working as they should all those times.
I don’t fancy this blog becoming just another cycling blog, but yesterday saw the third fatality in three weeks, and today the second protest ride I join in two weeks.
Quite an uneventful critical mass, last Friday 27th of March 2013, from where I was riding – apart from a fire emergency situation that gave police a justified reason to divert the ride.
Things I have learned as a possible witness in the last Critical Mass trial; in no particular order: Continue reading
There is big one-way system in Tottenham Hale, one of those with various lanes that make drivers believe that it is ok to speed like mad. It is served with a network of traffic lights; the kind where you need to press four or five buttons and wait for the corresponding green lights, taking up to twenty minutes to walk a few yards. Continue reading
As announced, a group bike ride took place on Sunday 29th July with two objectives: to protest the closure of the towpath next to the Olympics and to highlight how dangerous the alternative route proposed by LOGOC is.
The event started off with a picnic at midday, which the rain delayed.