Is a skip in a bike lane ever ok?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by snorri, 17 May 2019.

  1. snorri

    snorri Legendary Member

  2. Slick

    Slick Veteran

    Wouldn't work round here for much the same reason @SkipdiverJohn got his name. :laugh:
     
  3. burntoutbanger

    burntoutbanger Senior Member

    Location:
    Devon
    Was just thinking that, @SkipdiverJohn would think all his Christmas's had come at once.
     
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  4. Pat "5mph"

    Pat "5mph" A kilogrammicaly challenged woman Moderator

    Location:
    Glasgow
    Ahem, I see a car in that bike line, as well as the skip, what's new? :whistle:
    The bikes would be taken, the skip filled with old carpets :laugh:
     
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  5. SkipdiverJohn

    SkipdiverJohn Über Member

    Location:
    London
    You may call them skips, I call them deep discount bike shops. ^_^
     
  6. otek59

    otek59 Active Member

    Yep you can’t beat a good skip find.
     
  7. captain nemo1701

    captain nemo1701 Space cadet. Deck 42 Main Engineering.

    Location:
    Bristol
    They were updating cycling facilities here in Bristol the other year, just a wee bit of resurfacing etc. A simple job, welfare provision for the work force could have just been a portaloo, city centre location, toilets in nearby market (2 mins walk in St Nicholas Market), plenty of cafes around etc.

    So what did they decide to do for welfare provision?.

    Put a Groundhog type of tow-able unit....slap bang in the middle of a segregated cycle lane, blocking it entirely:wacko:.
     
  8. Beebo

    Beebo Firm and Fruity

    Location:
    Hexleybeef
    That's just a flimsy painted timber box, it offers no security, what is the point?
     
  9. OP
    OP
    snorri

    snorri Legendary Member

    It's a stunt by ETA on behalf of environmentally friendly modes of transport.
    They also have an inflatable zebra crossing which can be erected to temporarily demonstrate the need for a zebra crossing at locations where more conventional calls for a crossing have fallen on deaf ears.
     
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