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Deganwy's Muir family take the youngest child's teddy when they go cycling

Deganwy's Muir family always include teddy in their travels. 


Ken & Susan of Glan Conwy on a tandem

Full resolution          Colin & Susan of Glan Conwy displaying true panache


Big John of Anglesey helps fix a loose handlebar stem for a family on the cycle path at Prestatyn

Knights of the cycle path are always ready to help damsels in distress. John from Anglesey on the cycle path next to the Rotary Playing Fields, Prestatyn, offers a hand with a loose handlebar stem.


Cycles locked to Sheffield type stands in Rhyl High Street, but with other bikes fastened to a rubbish bin in the absence of other cycle stands

Capacity for cycle parking in Rhyl High Street - two 'Sheffield' type stands (illustrated and fully utilized here). Note the two other bikes in the foreground secured to a rubbish bin in the absence of other cycle stands. A most unsatisfactory situation for a nation aiming to increase cycling


Dorothy from Accington has her first cycle ride for 30 years

Some folk restart cycling on impulse when they see others on their bikes. After 30 years without a bike Dorothy from Accrington borrowed one from an employee at the Rhos on Sea hotel where she was staying.