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I ride my bike to the bus stop

By Andy Chivers

One of Cyclox’s members wrote to suggest that bus stops would benefit from a couple of bike stands nearby. There are a few examples of this dotted around Oxford, and it is an enlightened decision by someone in the city or county council to make it easier for people to cycle to the bus stop, hop on the bus and leave their bike securely locked until their

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When does a free for all become chaos?

By Andy Chivers

I had the pleasure of cycling along Marston Ferry Rd during rush hour recently, against the fantastic flow of children making their way to school. Whoever commissioned the central white line which was added a year or two ago was no doubt thinking of just this

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Oxford’s Future Travel

Drivers of Change

Tuesday 25th February, 7.00-9.00

School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford South Parks Rd, Oxford OX1

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Motherload

A Cyclox film screening

Tuesday 18th February, 7.30-9.00pm

Common Ground, 37-38 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford,

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The Red Zone Zero Emission Zone

By Andy Chivers

There’s a consultation out on the Red Zone Zero Emission Zone in Oxford city centre. This is the start of a substantial programme to tackle city centre air pollution over the next few years, which with the Connecting Oxford plan will make a dramatic improvement to Oxford’s air

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Cllr Tom Hayes

Zero Emissions Zone in Oxford

Wednesday 12th February, 7.30-9.30

Court Room, Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate's, Oxford

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We want traffic bulletins for cyclists

By Richard MacKenzie

In an attempt to work towards normalising cycling here in Oxford, last month I launched a petition to back a simple idea. I wanted to ask one of our local radio stations, BBC Radio Oxford, to include average cycling times across the city and county when they were doing their traffic briefings throughout the

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Changing travel habits

By Andy Chivers

I met up with a friend who lives in south Devon. He drives 8 miles each way to work and is leaving earlier and earlier because of traffic congestion and difficulty finding a parking place. To a pedal head like me the answer seemed obvious, but when we talked about e-bikes he said, ‘Isn’t that

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Cyclox’s Christmas list

By Alison Hill

If you are a reader of this blog, presumably bike stuff was on your Christmas list. Like the Christmas turkeys your bike needs some extra trimmings, and you will have made your request to Santa for those essential accessories that every bike

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‘Cyclists riding irresponsibly’

Members of Oxford's Coalition for Healthy Streets and Active Travel (CoHSAT) have submitted a complaint regarding the disproportionate focus on the negative behaviour of cyclists above the problems posed by any other form of

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Smart bike lights

By Graham Stanley

See.Sense has offered 300 smart bike lights at a reduced cost of £15 on a first come first serve

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Vote Bike!

With some help from our friends at Oxfordshire Cycling Network and Bicester Bike Users Group, we put forward 5 key questions to all Oxfordshire parliamentary candidates ahead of the 2019 general

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