Pictures of Bike Week 2002

Dr Bike – Saturday 15 June

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The Mayor of Cambridge awarding 4th Prize in the Art Competition at the Dr Bike. Picture by Dave Earl.
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The Mayor of Cambridge with her cycle under the scrutiny of Dr. Bike. Picture by Dave Earl.
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The Mayor of Cambridge with her cycle after the scrutiny of Dr. Bike. Picture by Clare Macrae.

Cycle Try-out Show – Sunday 16 June

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The highly popular Barrow Bike at the Tryout Show. Capable of carrying a good deal of your weekly shopping there are also seats for children, though at the show they were extremely popular with adults too! Picture by Dave Earl.
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Visitors trying the ‘Zero Emission Vehicle’ at the Cycle Tryout Show. This four seater bicycle, from Switzerland, can be very fast and has exciting cornering characteristics. Picture by Dave Earl.
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Irresistable fun at the helm of a Dutch Tandem, known as the ‘Ondervater’ at the Cycle Tryout Show. Unusually for tandems the stoker (the one at the back) steers, and this means they have to see over the head of the front rider, who is usually a child. Picture by Dave Earl.
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This ‘recumbent’ bicycle is actually a conversion of the popular Brompton folding bike, and gives an exhilirating ride. Picture by Dave Earl.
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The easy way to try recumbent cycling is on a tricycle. Very fast and exciting handling especially on the corners. This one is a ‘Thorax’. Picture by Dave Earl.

Bike2Work Breakfast – Wednesday 19 June

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City Council staff including the Chief Executive, Rob Hammond (on the right carrying his helmet)and Director of Environment and Planning, Peter Studdert (on the far right) get on their bikes to enjoy the free breakfast at Hobbs Pavillion. Picture by Dave Earl.