actually my comment about running barefoot and naked refers to the fact that there are costs of running in the form of quality shoes and clothing, probably not as expensive as running a bike, but they are costs nonetheless. add to that the health costs of running which you may not feel now, but in years to come the effect of running on unnatural surfaces will come home to roost. each to their own though, at least you're not in a smoke box.
Building more roads to prevent congestion is like a fat man loosening his belt to prevent obesity.
- Lewis Mumford
You might also find that with the increase in office buildings providing cycle infrastructure, C2C doesn't have as much "target" market as it once might have.
That said, if I were to be working in the city I would definitely use them.
I must say - Troy would have been a real asset to them - I ride with the RCC bunch - Troy joins us on Fridays and he is the nicest bloke on a bike you could ever hope to meet.
What is it with cycling? 30+ kmh and lycra???!!!
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