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Your website manager and septuagenarian Maurice Clarke is seen here congratulating CTC Cymru's Glyn Evans of Old Colwyn upon attaining his 'Big 8 Zero'
A former firearms specialist with North Wales Police, Glyn is still capable of an explosive turn of speed. His secret of longevity and good health? Regular cycling of course - and donning his shorts as early in the season as possible! He's celebrating his anniversary with a tour of the Lleyn peninsula.
|Kangoo 3 in 1 trailer here demonstrated on a trial run at Llanddulas beach by dealer Robert Dunbar and family. This all-terrain buggy car-seat doubles as a well sprung bicycle trailer, and comes in two sizes. Particularly useful in cases of disability. Details from Robert at Swiftstyle Supplies, tel. 0161 929 4829.|
from South Africa to Rhyl for business reasons', say Betty and Gilbert
Marshall of Berwyn Guest House, River Street, Rhyl. 'But we remain here
mainly because of the coastal cycle path. We've taken our bikes to
Spain, but it's not a patch on what is on offer here. We have many
guests staying with us who think it's great. Why aren't the cycle paths
Betty and Gilbert are seen here outside Hughes Cycles where Gilbert has just bought a new bike. Betty is showing off the new freebie, ON YER BIKE, published jointly by Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
| Paul Wilson of Old Colwyn isn't impressed by the
case for cycle helmets. He'll wear one reluctantly if it becomes a
condition of employment. But he says he'll take it off as soon as his
For an analysis of the background to compulsory helmet wearing by posties click here.
Is this bike shop at Rhayader unique in being licensed to sell liquor at the same time as goodies for cyclists? Popular with those attending the recent CTC Cymru Welsh Festival of Cycling in the town, Colin and Francine offer a service second to none whether you are mountain biking or just passing through on tour.
The records of the fascinating Cwmdauddwr Arms go back as far as 1655. See website www.clivepowell-mtb.co.uk