Went to an absolutely lovely bicycle politics workshop at Lancaster University last week. Ended up spending one night with the professor who organized it (Dave Horton) and about 8 of us met up in the morning to bike out to the University from the center of town. We took the meandering route along the canal which was just delightful, passing small sheep folds and victorian row houses. I might add, it happens to be a segregated bike path which got a lot of flack at the workshop, but (in this case) I would argue for it.
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