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  • eric britton
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 28, 2012
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      Eric Britton

      1:46pm Aug 28

      Remember "Car Free Days". Lots of them and lots of different ways to do them. But I do not know of a single one -- correct me if I have this wrong -- that ever lasted for all 24 hours, i.e., 1441 minutes of their Day. At most they run 6 - 8 hours, and more often than not less.

      Now the punch line. What if we -- or you? -- ere to organize a City/Cycle Day which ran for the full 24 hours?

      Now the question: DO you think that might be an idea? And if so, how would we will fill all those 1440 minutes, morning, noon and nighttime too -- and in the process progress the cycling agenda in our cities.

      Stay tuned.

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    • Ann Hackett
      Hi Eric, It could provide insightful information. I would possibly combine car free and city cycle and see what happens. Ann ... Hi Eric, It could provide
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 29, 2012

        Hi Eric,
        It could provide insightful information.  I would possibly combine car free and city cycle and see what happens.   
        Ann

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        Eric Britton

        1:46pm Aug 28

        Remember "Car Free Days". Lots of them and lots of different ways to do them. But I do not know of a single one -- correct me if I have this wrong -- that ever lasted for all 24 hours, i.e., 1441 minutes of their Day. At most they run 6 - 8 hours, and more often than not less.

        Now the punch line. What if we -- or you? -- ere to organize a City/Cycle Day which ran for the full 24 hours?

        Now the question: DO you think that might be an idea? And if so, how would we will fill all those 1440 minutes, morning, noon and nighttime too -- and in the process progress the cycling agenda in our cities.

        Stay tuned.

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