Some bike-share schemes work brilliantly, and others fail miserably.
London’s has been a great success, as has New York’s. However, there are plenty that have faltered spectacularly. Why is that?
The pic above is from China’s “Bicycle Graveyard” – the result of a bike share scheme that went badly wrong due to an unfortunately unforeseen combination of factors (isn’t that always the way). Great pic, but a very sad reality.
A big thank you to @tracey_crouch @Snodland2017 @TMBC_Kent#SnodlandTownCouncil today for attending our online meeting and pledging support for our brilliant #SnodlandPumpTrack project.
We’re on the march!
We are open for Bike Fix at our London base from Friday 8th January, every Friday, 2.30pm till 5.30pm.
There is a booking system. If you turn up without a booking, we may not be able to help you.
To book, follow the instructions here:
Hello #Lockdown3 and bike shops are again allowed to remain open.
We need to slightly alter our offering but #BikeFixFriday lives.
Look for a post later and pre-booking instructions for our #AylesburyEstate HQ.
If you’re local to Snodland in Kent then you need to complete our #SnodlandPumpTrack survey:
The more people the fill it out, the more sponsors we’re likely to attract, the better facility we can get built. How fantastic would that be?!
#PlacesToRide @salusyouthgroup @BBCRadioKent @Kent_Messenger @kmfmofficial#ClarionFutures#iwillFund @Clarion_Group
For those not on our mailing list… our first Mailchimp newsletter about the Snodland Pump track. Lots of news and facts for this inspirational project bringing a community together:
@Snodland2017 @TMBC_Kent @snodlandtownfc @snodlandlibdems @ServestSnodland @snodlandscouts @SnodlandOptics