This article was published in 2006, in Newsletter 67.
David Bradford, Cycling and Walking Promotion and Development Officer at Cambridge City Council, has asked us to announce that the Council have installed three new cycle racks at Byron’s Pool Local Nature Reserve with the help of the Greenways volunteers. A ride to Grantchester along the meadows, cream tea in the village and a stroll to Byron’s Pool would give any cyclist a very pleasant afternoon.
Here is the long list of sites where the new grids have been installed:
David Bradford also draws our attention to the upgraded cattle grids within the Cambridge City boundary. The bars on the cattle grids have been replaced with threaded bars to give cycles more grip whilst crossing the cattle grid and therefore helping to reduce the chances of cyclists slipping on the grid. I have certainly felt a lot more confident when crossing these threaded bars.