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Daily commuter 'trains' running along busy main streets aim to reclaim road space for cyclists in a positive and sociable way.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 10 june 2011



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This article titled “All aboard the Brighton bike train” was written by Colette Bernhardt, for guardian.co.uk on Friday 10th June 2011 10.33 UTC

I’m pedalling down the driver’s lane of the dual carriageway with Jermaine Stewart blaring in my ear at 8.30am. But this isn’t one of my anxiety dreams about losing control and being late for work. It’s the very real – and far more enjoyable – experience I’m having with Bike Train, an innovative, volunteer-run project which operates group rides between central Brighton and Sussex University, along the notoriously busy A270.

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