Courtesy of long time Derby Cycling Group member and supporter, Les Sims, a video of the new multi user route through Darley Park can be found here. For those inspired by Les’ trips, more excursions can be found at his website.
Derby City Council have submitted a planning application to widen the existing Riverside path between Bass recreation ground and Alvaston Park to 5 metres. For full details visit https://eplanning.derby.gov.uk/online-applications/ and search for planning number 19/00046/FUL
Cyclists on Duffield Road around St. Benedict’s school will be well aware of the number of vehicles parked on the double yellow lines and blocking the on road cycle lane in the mid afternoon as parents and others wait for their children to leave school. This problem was discussed with the Council and others back… Read more
We’re pleased to see that the long awaited multi-user path through Darley Park is now open for use and is already being well used by walkers, joggers and cyclists. The recent flooding of the Derwent seems to have caused some delays but no apparent damage. It is understood that the final, cosmetic layer of tarmac… Read more
Great news from Derby City Council that their contractors have started work on constructing the All User Path in Darley Park on Monday 10th June. Information on the works here. The work is planned to start from the southern end near the Rowing Club and then proceed northwards with a planned completion date of early… Read more
Manchester’s Cycling and Walking Commissioner (Chris Boardman) has published his thoughts on what is needed to transform Manchester’s cycling and walking environment. As someone who generally talks a lot of sense (i.e. I agree with most of what he says!) Chris’ report is worth a read. Download the report here. Only 17 pages with lots… Read more
Various news items relating to the Derbyshire Cycling Plan can be found here. These items include Derby Cycling Group’s very own Tube Map! Interested people can sign up for future editions of the newsletter by contacting nikki.sargeson@Derbyshire.gov.uk.