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Fat Lad Keeps it Real

Riders Writing Cycle:

ghettoisation of riders:

for the mtb’ers trail centres, the perfect answer to all weather all year riding or the macdonalds of off roading?

for our road/commuters:

dedicated bike lanes protecting you from cagers or traeting cyclist as 2nd class road users?

The mass trespass of Kinder Scout was a notable act of willful trespass by ramblers. It was undertaken at Kinder Scout, in the Peak District of England, on 24 April 1932, to highlight weaknesses in English law of the time. This denied walkers in England or Wales access to areas of open country, and to public footpaths which, in previous ages (and today), formed public rights of way.

The peculiarities of rights of way and land access across the world is whole post in it’s own right. But here in blighty we have enshrined in law the rights of way system. Any bridleway, green lane or permissive bridleway you and your push iron are legally allowed to crank on. Footpaths (otherwise know as “cheeky” or night time bridleways) are out of bounds. Again this is a subject for a whole other post. All this waffling…

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