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Dr David McKee and family of Buxton with bikes at Conwy
     Dr David McKee of Buxton, with wife Annabella and sister in law Camilla and the children, having a cycling break in the Conwy Valley. They feel much more should be done to promote cycling in the area as it has so much to offer. They would also like to see cycle hire facilities catering especially for transporting children.


Penmaenmawr Majorettes on a sponsored walk to Conwy along the side of the A55 carriageway
     A people jam on the A55 cycle path at Penmaenbach with members of the Penmaenmawr Majorettes on a sponsored walk to Conwy along the side of the carriageway.

     Yet another sign of the growing use of this route by those preferring to travel under their own steam.


Two male members of CTC meet a couple of ladies on the cycleway on Colwyn prom

Beauties & Beasties meet on the cycleway discovering that cycling's not only brilliant exercise, but also a good way of meeting people from the next county.


Two retired members of CTC with bikes on Ffrith beach, Prestatyn

Full resolution        Yer never too old for the seaside at Ffrith Beach, Prestatyn.


Overcoming disability: Jason Roberts of Prestatyn with his new Da Vince hand propelled trike

  Overcoming Disability

     Jason Roberts of Prestatyn has only had his hand propelled Da Vinci trike for a fortnight, but already he regards it as decidedly better for getting about on than just his wheelchair. So far he's managed twelve miles in one trip. Soon he expects to cycle the 20 miles to Llandudno and back. See Cycle Life for more pages on overcoming disability.


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Cyling couple at Conwy

Visitors from Chester can't understand why Llandudno promenade isn't available for cycling. The locals can't either!