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FEATURE ❘ WRITING COMPETITION What does Nigel win?


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distinctive writing style that will appeal to a mass audience. The 500 word article should demonstrate a passion for all things two wheeled and possess the potential to encourage others to follow in their pedal pushes.


After some lengthy deliberations, we finally decided on Nigel Pedley’s simple but evocative description of Cycling in the New Forest Nigel Pedley is a lifelong Cyclist aged 51. He and Emma are members of Pushbikes, the Birmingham Cycle Campaign Group. Ed – Nigel’s words are inspiring and easily reminded me of the glorious English coastline and why I adore riding the evocative country lanes. I am off to book my next UK trip. Well Done Nigel!


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ew years since we’d been on the CTC New For and we headed south to the Avon Tyrell Acti in the first week of the Summer School Holi loriously hot weather, the sort that makes y rganised rides each day from the campsite, r our first event we decided to join the “ge ferent group cycling along an extremely rou hen the ride called in at Annie’s Tearooms, in their lovely cottage garden in the Forest ited the Canadian War Memorial site on the emory of our Colonial Cousins who helped Bri e Coast on the next organised ride we went demonstrate that Lycra cycling shorts make e tradition of the New Forest Cycling Week is and this year was no exception. We took the s, avoiding the roadside amusement centre a ries and Rocket Testing Sites now looked aft itain had its own Space Programme during the re transporting them to Australia for launch e the ground shake, were done s yed as we ma


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