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Frances Darling, Sally Low's sister, delivers two key messages during Road Safety Week - BIKE SMART

Published on:2018-11-19

The Just Eat Cycles bike hire scheme in Edinburgh is greatly welcomed whilst long overdue. However, better infrastructure and presumed liability are also needed to enable development of a cycling friendly culture.

Published on:2018-09-20

Insurance for cyclists is not the answer. Collisions between cyclists and pedestrians are infrequent. Risk is low. Common sense and respect for those more vulnerable than yourself will go a long way.

Published on:2018-05-02

Due to a lack of investment and inadequate repair, the state of the Nation's roads has deteriorated to a level never seen before. A long-term investment plan is urgently needed to reduce the inevitable rise in serious injuries and fatalities. 

Published on:2018-03-12

New research explains why cyclists can enter a driver's field of vision but still go unseen—a phenomenon known as “inattentional blindness”.

Published on:2018-01-24

A local cyclist, who sustained a fractured skull after falling from her bike, has spoken of her anger at Scottish Borders Council for failing to fix the path where she suffered her horrendous accident.

 

Published on:2017-06-13

Carol Boardman, the mother of Olympic gold medalist and UK cycling advocate, Chris Boardman is tragically killed following a hit and run incident.

Published on:2016-07-19

STUC joins calls for change in Civil Law to help improve cycling safety

Published on:2016-04-20

Borders’ roads safer as Courts tell Council it should have fixed hazard

Published on:2016-03-30

Presumed liability for Scotland's vulnerable road users would prevent unnecessary 'David v Goliath" battles.

Published on:2015-11-10
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