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PDF flyer you might like to print off and put on a noticeboard somewhere.

If you cycle on the road (many cycle paths are legally roads) after dark you legally require lights.

It’s good idea anyway so people can see you and you have a better chance of noticing the potholes! has helped TryCycling in Edinburgh with its campaign to get more people to use lights. TCIE asked bike shops in Edinburgh if they would offer a discount. Almost all agreed! So – 10% off lights between the 21st and the 30th of October 2006. (Shops also with 10% off reflective items *)

If you haven’t been to a bike shop for a while you’ll be amazed at the choice. From lights that’ll get you seen on the streets (and fit in your pocket) to ones that’ll light your way on a high speed ride on a rocky trail.

If you buy battery lights get re-chargeable batteries – cheaper to run and better for the environment.

Macdonald Cycles, * 26-28 Morrison Street
Freewheelin’ * 91 Slateford Road
Bicycle Repair Man, 111 Newington Road
Blackhall Cycle Repairs 15 Marischal Place
Biketrax, 11 Lochrin Place
The Bike Chain, 30 Rodney Street
BG Cycles & Blades 48 Portobello High Street
The Bike Station 250 Causewayside
Velo Ecosse 25-27 Bruntsfield Place
Great Bikes No Bull 276 Leith Walk
The Triathlon Centre 57-59 South Clerk Street
Alpine Bikes, 48 Hamilton Place
Sandy Gilchrist 1 Cadzow Place
EdinburghBicycleCooperative, 5-8 Alvaney Terrace

Can batteries be ‘Green’?

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