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Two men and two small children cycling on Penmaenmawr promenade in evening sunshine

Penmaenmawr prom on a warm summer evening. Ideal for quality family time - and magic memories.

 

Overcoming disability: Sandra and David Price of Mochdre with their tandem. David is gradually losing his sight.

Overcoming disability: Sandra & David Price of Mochdre keep cycling - despite David's gradual loss of vision. Seen here at a Tandem Club meeting.  See Cycle Life for more pages on overcoming disability.

 

Group cycling on Colwyn prom despite spray from high tide

Who needs enemies when you have friends like Big John? (Second from the right)

 

Overcoming disability: Helen Jones with her hand propelled Da Vinci cycle

Overcoming disability 

     Former member of Manchester Velo cycling club, Helen Jones of Rhyl, has a chronic knee condition which she is determined will not prevent her leading an active life. Recently she raised 1,029.05 for Leukemia Research. She hand propelled her Da Vinci machine 20miles over rough terrain around Llyn Brennig.

     Click here for Helen's own story.

 

See Cycle Life for more pages on overcoming disability.

 

 

Harry Watson of Deeside drinking a pint of Guinness in front of a Guinness advert congratulating him on cycling half a million miles at 280 miles per gallon

     CTC's Harry Watson of Deeside recently logged up 600,000 cycling miles since the age of 14 yrs. Much of this was fuelled by Guinness. We had hoped to have a pic for our readers to share the celebration, but we'll have to make do with a '97 one of Harry when he passed the half million mark - much to the gratitude of Guinness. Thanks to Eureka Cafe, Two Mills, for digging this out of their archive

 

Two men studying cycle inner tubes at Telford Warehouse, Chester

'Ave you ever 'erd of these breedin' before, 'arry? (Telford Warehouse, Chester)

 

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