Tag Archive for 'bicycling in Guernsey'

Gary Burgess gives ringing endorsement to the pleasure of bicycling in Guernsey

April 6th, 2011 by Richard Lord

Gary Burgess, GBG magazine editor, host of the BBC Guernsey’s flagship Sunday phone-in, and occasional IslandFM broadcaster, waxes lyrical about his new found pleasure of bicycling in Guernsey. Gary said he is “very good at thinking good things, but not too hot at actually getting off my backside and doing them.” A friend of his […]

Guernsey Bicycle Group supports World car free day

September 8th, 2010 by Francis Binney

Wednesday 22 September 2010 is World Carfree Day – Why not support this event while helping the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Pakistan Floods Appeal? The Guernsey Bicycle Group is inviting all commuters to combine support for World Carfree Day with a donation to the DEC’s Appeal for the victims of the floods in Pakistan. Commute on […]

Power Assisted Bikes

January 16th, 2008 by Richard Lord

Road transportation produces thirty percent of Guernsey’s carbon dioxide emissions if one excludes air and sea travel to and from the island. For our personal movement around Guernsey we can choose less polluting forms of travel. From a carbon dioxide emissions and a personal health perspective walking is best. However, bicycling has the advantage of […]