Wednesday, March 07, 2007

A Lovely Selection

...of articles on biking can be found at The Guardian. The bit of information I found interesting is that almost half the population of England lives within one mile of a National Cycle Network route, which is longer than the UK's motorway system. Can ymagine what that would be like here?

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  1. Anonymous7:35 a.m.

    John Grimshaw of Sustrans discusses the National Cycle Network on Episode 106 of "Perils For Pedestrians".

    Tuesday, April 17, DISH Network will show Episode 106 of "Perils For Pedestrians".

    Contents of Episode 106 (2005):
    --We talk with the American Podiatric Medical Association about foot health, and their choice for America's most walkable city.
    --We learn about a parkway study in suburban Maryland.
    --The organization Sustrans has created the National Cycle Network in the United Kingdom.
    --We visit the Coalition for Smarter Growth in Washington, DC.

    DISH Network Channel 9411 -- The Universityhouse Channel
    Tuesday -- 9:30 pm Eastern, 6:30 Pacific

    Episode 106 is also available on Google Video:

    Note: Public access cable channels are showing different episodes than DISH Network.

    Thank you.

    John Z Wetmore

  2. Anonymous11:58 a.m.

    Google Video is shutting down at the end of the month. To see "Perils For Pedestrians" 106 you will have to go to Blip TV at

    Thank you.