Infrastructure Safari

A Glasgow excursion - the Cycling Embassy AGM's first infrastructure safari

The weekend before last, the Embassy descended on Glasgow for our AGM. As part of the weekend's events, we were escorted around the city for our traditional Infrastructure Safaris, kindly organised by GoBike. A big thanks to them! 

Our first infrastructure safari - led by Andy Preece - started at the Glasgow Central station, and would take us on a potted tour of various parts of the city centre.

Sussex Infrastructure Safari - Saturday 18th August

Jim Davis, Chair of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain cordially invites you to join him on an Infrastructure Safari of Worthing and Brighton incorporating much of his daily commute and a lot of cycle facilties to see and  discuss. And it's a chance to ride along the seaside of course.

Second Embassy Meeting - Manchester (21st May)

The Cycling Embassy of Great Britian is very pleased to confirm its second meeting which is to be held on Saturday 21st May 2011 in Manchester.

We shall be meeting at 12.30 at Manchester Piccadilly station and then cycling along (setting off at 12.45pm) to the Ducie Arms [52 Devas Street, Greenheys, Manchester M15 6HS]
where the landlord has agreed to open up specially and there are ample railings for locking up bikes.

Matters to be discussed include the very important topic of Governance for the Embassy as well as marketing and development.

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