This should make cycling to tow easier. Do note that going south from the University that Turnover Bridge (Pershore Road) is still shut
Dr Suzanna Bull (32) completed her Medical degree at the University of Birmingham; though most recently she had been working at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
A petition is available:
“Protect Birmingham Cyclists” and if you would like to add your name to that. It calls for better cycling provision in Birmingham from the City Council.
There will be a candle lit vigil in memory of Suzanna and to demand safety improvements for riders on Monday 16th October starting at 6pm. Full details are available here at this Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/678789515658507/
Interesting new cyclists cafe and workshop in the centre of Kings Heath. We’ll be checking it out.
“We are Gorilla Coffee Cafe, a brand new cycling cafe that has just opened in the Kings Heath area of Birmingham. We offer a licensed cafe, cycle workshop and event space with a particular appeal to people that enjoy an active lifestyle, whilst also enjoying a slice of cake, coffee, glass of wine or local beer.
Gorilla Coffee Cafe offers a series of events and activities that should appeal to people that enjoy cycling. These include our Sunday morning cycle ride and big cycling events such as Paris – Nice on our 100 inch big screen!
We wanted to get in touch to make you aware of who we are and what we offer. In addition, we would like to offer a club discount on cycle servicing to members of Birmingham University Bicycle Users Group: BUBUG as a gesture of good will.
If you would like to find out more about developing a club discount or simply have a chat please contact either myself Damian Towers (Workshop Team Leader)(email@example.com) or James Connolly (Owner) (firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone / Txt :- 07976 925928)”
Birmingham City Council have announced a proper cycle route from Bristol Rd / Edgbaston Park Road to the City Centre, with segregated paths and signalled junctions. Its possibly the best local cycling news for years.
More details at the Cycle Revolution website