Does this mean pedestrians have to share the footpaths with cyclists? I don't much fancy that, either.(Original post by Alaric)
Bleh, Madingley road isn't as bad as people make out. Cyclists are allowed to cycle on the pavements and it only gets really hairy after Churchill in the 40 zone.
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- 11-03-2004 13:01
(Original post by Radagasty)
- 11-03-2004 13:06
Does this mean pedestrians have to share the footpaths with cyclists? I don't much fancy that, either.
(Original post by d750)
- 11-03-2004 23:26
Well, welcome to the SBR then! The Madingley Road hostels are quite close enough to the West Cambridge site not to need a bike. The quality of the accomodation is probably the best St. John's offers as well.
Feel free to PM me if you have any questions. I've just started as a graduate at St. John's.
I've applied for the Madingley Rd hostels, but there's no telling where I might end up. I really hope I won't have to get a bike.
(Original post by Alaric)
- 13-03-2004 11:53
There's normally only a couple, if that, that overtake me using the footpath in the mornings. All the departments up there warn people to avoid the Madingley road.
- 13-03-2004 14:15
Why do you want a bike? Are you seriously telling me you dont have a ferrari?