calling Dundonian (or nearby) cyclists...

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  1. Peter Clinch

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    Folk may be aware that the Port Authority is turning cyclists away from the docks road, or if not
    then there's a piece in today's Courier on it (not online though). In response...

    Friday 6th June: There will be a protest cycle ride along through the docks from City Quay to
    Stannergate. This has been organised by folk from Abertay Uni, and is going to be joined by cyclists
    from Dundee Uni the council and anyone else who can make it. ALL CYCLISTS REGULAR AND OCCASIONAL ARE
    WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. Meet up at the Old Port Authority building (close to Dominos Pizza
    place) at 5.00, setting off at 5.10. (some cyclists may go along the pavement on East Dock Street
    and meet up at the level crossing which is where cyclists have been getting stopped).

    It would be good if as many of you as possible could attend this.

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    Peter Clinch University of Dundee Tel 44 1382 660111 ext. 33637 Medical Physics, Ninewells Hospital
    Fax 44 1382 640177 Dundee DD1 9SY Scotland UK net [email protected]
    http://www.dundee.ac.uk/~pjclinch/
     
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  2. How did it go with the "protest" ride?

    Wallace.

    Peter Clinch wrote:
    > Folk may be aware that the Port Authority is turning cyclists away from the docks road, or if not
    > then there's a piece in today's Courier on it (not online though). In response...
    >
    > Friday 6th June: There will be a protest cycle ride along through the docks from City Quay to
    > Stannergate. This has been organised by folk from Abertay Uni, and is going to be joined by
    > cyclists from Dundee Uni the council and anyone else who can make it. ALL CYCLISTS REGULAR AND
    > OCCASIONAL ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. Meet up at the Old Port Authority building (close
    > to Dominos Pizza place) at 5.00, setting off at 5.10. (some cyclists may go along the pavement on
    > East Dock Street and meet up at the level crossing which is where cyclists have been getting
    > stopped).
    >
    > It would be good if as many of you as possible could attend this.
    >

    --
    Wallace Shackleton,

    Kinross, Scotland.

    Cycling in Kinross-shire www.cyclekinross.org.uk

    Perth & Kinross Cycle Campaign www.bycycle.org.uk
     
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