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On Yer Bike – Why people get confused about where you can and can’t cycle in Oxford

I’VE an apology to make. Riding east on The High, a few afternoons ago, outside the Covered Market, I was behind a couple of other riders and we were all blocked behind a

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – How come Westgate could finish car park in time, but not ‘cycle hub’

By Tom

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COLUMN: Do ‘cyclist dismount’ signs mean you have to get off your bike?

By Andy

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – ‘Near misses with cars are all too common on narrow streets’

By Graham

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Could conference see a shift in gear over cycling in Oxford?

EVER wondered how successful cycling schemes get started, how local authorities plan and fund cycling infrastructure, why people change their behaviour to take up cycling, or how to ensure that streets are designed for all

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – What should we make of the ‘dangerous cycling’ case?

It’s been a week of high drama for those who take an interest in road safety and cycling. Charlie Alliston’s trial and his sentencing for ‘wanton and furious driving’ was followed swiftly by the government announcing that they would look into new

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Cycling is social, we musn’t forget it

WE ARE highly social animals. Consequently, when travelling by bike, the desire to be social will have an impact not only on the routes we choose but also on whether we get the bike out of the shed in the first place. If we want to encourage cycling

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – ‘Shared space might sounds dangerous, but it’s not’

By Alison

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COLUMN: On Yer Bike – Just how difficult is it to take your bike on a train?

By Andy

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