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active travel hub, active travel news, active travel wishaw -

This article may become the first in a semi-regular blog on things we never quite knew when we started out as an active travel hub. On that note, you can come and visit us at 20 Kirk Road, Wishaw ML2 7BL.  We love to talk about active travel, coffee, and cake, we especially love if you bring a cake in. What did we learn this week? Active travel hubs should cut keys. On that note, we should probably remove the locksmith services decal from beside our door. Active travel hubs should also offer some form of men's shed. We also...

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flatland, flatland bikes, flatland bmx, heresy bikes, heresy bmx -

We are now stocking Heresy Bikes as we're trying to grow a flatland BMX scene in Scotland. Come and find out why you should support us and why you should support Heresy.

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cycle volunterring, volunteer, volunteering -

We at Socialtrack are seeking enthusiastic volunteer coaches to work on our Easter and summer holiday programmes. About the role As a volunteer coach, you will be a vital part of our volunteer team, looking after students attending the Wishawhill Wood Pump Track. You will work with our students in morning or afternoon sessions, and there may also be evening session work. Our Volunteer coaches must be incredibly enthusiastic, energetic and motivated, because they have an essential role in making the student experience rewarding, interesting and, above all, FUN. Our volunteer coaches role is for people who like action, activity,...

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We often get asked, "Is my hybrid bike okay to ride on the trails outside of town?" The answer is yes. Hybrid bikes can be ridden on trails. You probably don't want to try and a hybrid bike around trails after a week of rain. If you pick the trail and when you go, you can easily have as much fun as if you were on a mountain bike.

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bringing people together, changing lives, community, community work, social enterprise bike shop -

We had a community shareholders meeting on Thursday night and we'd like to thank everyone that came along and took part. One of the things we were told about was how all these people had seen the work we do in the community but were floundering about how we didn't shout about it. I guess we just don't like to toot our own trumpet but perhaps we should learn to. We love working for our community in both a micro and macro sense and your custom helps us to do that, even just coming in to talk to us helps...

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