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Royal Navy trio depart on 650-mile cycle ride
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Cycle insurance may have been purchased by three Royal Navy search and rescue team members who have set off on a charity bike ride. Sergeant Andy Dixon, Sergeant Lee Haggerty and Lieutenant Alex Stevenson departed from HMS Gannet in Ayrshire on Sunday (May 27th), the Press Association reports. The trio intend to cover 650 miles before completing their pedal attempt … More

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Manchester prepares for 7,000 cyclists to take to the streets
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Thousands of cycle insurance policies may have been taken out ahead of Monday's (June 4th) Great Manchester Cycle. The first ever event will take in a 13-mile course that starts at Etihad Stadium, before passing through the city centre and heading out to Media City and Old Trafford. Cyclists can opt to do two laps if they wish for a … More

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Cycle route renovation announced for Swindon
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Work to improve pedestrian and cycle links to industrial sites in Swindon are due to begin at the end of June, it has been announced.  The £525,000 scheme will replace an "informal dirt track" that leads to the Techno Trading Estate, the BBC reports. Two months later, work will begin on a footpath and cycle route along Highworth Road to … More

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College joins charity to launch cycle maintenance course
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A new maintenance course that will be held at the City of Bath College could help individuals to learn how to avoid making a claim on their cycle insurance. Homelessness charity Julian House has organised the event in conjunction with the education facility as part of its reCYCLEd project, the Bath Chronicle reports. Individuals who sign up for the classes … More

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Fundraiser cycles 400 miles in memory of friend
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A fundraiser from Flookburgh may have invested in cycle insurance ahead of a charity bike ride that saw him travel 400 miles. Daniel Purcell told the North West Evening Mail how he decided to carry out the challenge in memory of his friend Adam Zamoyski, who died last year. Describing the ride, the cyclist said: "It was immense, savage hills … More

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Cycle lanes ‘should be consistent’
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Improving cycle lanes, educating drivers and enforcing laws will all help to make biking safer and encourage people to get out on two wheels. This is according to executive director at the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety Robert Gifford, who said there needs to be more consistency among cycle lanes. "There are places around the country where a cycle … More

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Huddersfield Town chairman to cycle to Wembley
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The chairman of Huddersfield Town football team may require cycling insurance following the announcement he is to pedal to Wembley ahead of his team's play-off final. Dean Hoyle will leave Huddersfield three days before the game against Sheffield United and aims to raise £45,000 for charity in the process. The money will be used to pay for 1,000 children to … More

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Charity cycle event attracts almost 1,000 riders
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Dozens of enquiries may have been made regarding cycling insurance policies by enthusiasts in Suffolk ahead of a charity bike ride. The Eastern Anglian Daily Times reports how almost 1,000 riders took part in a 100-mile or 100km cycle on behalf of Action Medical Research. Known as the Suffolk Sunrise 100 event, the fundraiser is expected to raise more than … More

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Over 50% of cyclists have skipped red lights, study finds
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A new poll has revealed 57 per cent of cyclists admit to jumping a red light at least once. The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) surveyed 1,600 people and found 14 per cent regularly pedal through stop signals. According to 38 per cent of respondents, they do so in order to make it safer for themselves by getting ahead of … More

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