The Guernsey Bicycle Group organise high visibility bicycling event on 30 October 2011

October 28th, 2011 by Guernsey Bicycle Group

The Guernsey Bicycle Group remind everyone about the clocks changing on 30 October 2011 and the need for bicyclists and walkers to keep visible on Guernsey roads during the longer winter nights.

Members of the Guernsey Bicycle Group gather to promote safe winter cycling (click image to expand - ©RLLord)

A group of Guernsey bicyclists will meet at the start of the bicycle lane near the North Beach Car Park entrance in St. Peter Port at 11 am on Sunday 30 October 2011 in an eye-catching array of clothing and lighting for an easy-going bicycle ride to St Sampson’s High School and back.

This will be a visual reminder of the need to be visible on Guernsey roads during the darker winter months.  Everyone is welcome to participate.

If you would like to know more about the event please call GBG press officer Rollo de Sausmarez on 07781 144 144 or email: rollo @ healthspan.co.uk

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The Guernsey Bicycle Group (GBG) exists for the benefit of all by encouraging the use of bicycles and other environmentally friendly forms of transport to reduce the adverse effects of the internal combustion engine. GBG is a voluntary group working for the community.

Our Objectives:

  • to promote improved facilities for cyclists and walkers
  • to encourage the community to embrace sustainable forms of transport
  • to support measures to promote cycling and walking as well as public transport and car sharing
  • to co-ordinate and focus the efforts of individuals and other groups that share our aims
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