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Commuter cyclists – who are they?


11/02/2014



Here at Bikeminded we are interested in finding out more about the commuters who cycle through Kensington and Chelsea and started a new series of cyclists’ profiles. We interviewed our fellow cyclists at a couple of events we organised. Look at the snappy answers they gave us about the meaning of cycling, the essential things they carry with them and some of their favourite routes and places.  This time we will portray Catherine and Paul.

 

If you like to be portrayed in this series, why don’t you send us your picture with your bike to cycling@rbkc.gov.uk

 

Name: Catherine

Industry: Civil Servant

Cycle journey: From Brook Green to Whitehall

Purpose of the journey: Cycling to work

What does cycling mean to you in three words? Mobility / exercise / contemplation

What are the three essential things that you always take with you when you cycle? Lock / basket / belongings

What are your favourite routes/places to cycle? Any place

 

Catherine

 

Name: Paul

Industry: IT

Cycle journey: From Twickenham to Kensington Town Hall

Purpose of the journey: Cycling to work

What does cycling mean to you in three words? Enjoyment/ health / freedom

What are the three essential things that you always take with you when you cycle? Food and especially caramel waffer and good clothing

What are your favourite routes/places to cycle? I like to cycle along Chiswich Riverside, in Richmond Park and along Mortlake Riverside which is the Southern side of the Thames.

 

Paul

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