Help us keep the UK cycling this winterPosted: November 6, 2012
That about sums it up! Cycling’s not just for the summer which is why we’re sharing your winter cycling tips stories and photos to inspire people to keep cycling.
Research has show that between July and December, the number of people cycling in the UK drops 68%.
This time just after the clocks have gone back often means the bikes go back in the shed. Maybe it’s because of safety concerns, not knowing how to prepare for the harsher climate, or just that people don’t know how enjoyable winter cycling can be.
Here at n0tice.com we want to help the UK to #keepcycling this winter – and we’re on the hunt for the Winter Cycling City of 2012.
Cyclescene York: #keepcycling this winter @lateraltruth not much moonlight last night but a fantastic 2.5 hrs in the forest , new rider out too ! https://twitter.com/CyclesceneYork/status/263600950575525888
To join in is simple, take a picture of your favourite winter view, or write a report about what needs to change about winter cycling, and pin it to the map of the #keepcycling n0ticeboard with n0tice, Twitter or Instagram.
Make sure you turn location on and hashtag your post with #keepcycling to see your pictures, and reports pop up on the Keep Cycling n0ticeboard at www.keepcycling.n0tice.com.
Your pictures will be part of a visual Winter Cycling guide from n0tice that will show the most celebrated pictures from different locations around the country.