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“Get going this winter and spite the cold as you peruse the best of London’s parks and gardens.”


Before you go A few things to keep in mind before you set off on a wintery adventure.


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London Bridge Regents Canal


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. Planning to be out around dawn or dusk? Your cycle must have white front and red rear lights lit. It must also be fitted with a red rear reflector (and amber pedal reflectors, if manufactured after 1/10/85).


. Make eye contact with other cyclists and drivers to ensure that both parties ac- knowledge each other and move accordingly. Don’t try this on the Underground!


. No cycling on pavements even if it would be faster and no one is around. . Using cycle lanes is not compulsory and depends on your experience and skills.


. If cycling in a group, cycle no more than two abreast and ride in single file on narrow or busy roads and when riding round bends.


. Stay central if cycling on narrow roads; this ensures that vehicles do not attempt to overtake you when it is unsafe.


. Cycling while unfit because of drink or drugs carries up to a £1000 fine.


. Helmets aren’t mandatory while cycling in the UK but we advise you to make your safety the priority.


Hyde Park www.focus-info.org


Kay Teekell is the communication and events intern at FOCUS while she studies in London. Originally from Texas, she is completing her degree in english literature at Southwestern University and can be contacted at teekella@southwestern.edu


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