A national campaign highlighting dangerous places to cycle has featured Stanningley Bottom – and the route of the £29 million cycle superhighway linking east Leeds and Bradford
Mark Treasure posted an image of buses at Stanningley Bottom on the B6157 for The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain’s ‘Insert love one here‘ campaign.
Check out the image and more details here.
The national campaign shines a light on bad cycling infrastructure by asking one simple question: would you want your loved ones cycling on it? See more photographs and upload your own here.
The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain is a voluntary campaign group act which acts a conduit for best practice around the world and get standards, as opposed to guidelines, implemented to create cycle infrastructure that people will use.
What do you think about the situation at Stanningley Bottom? Do you have any cycling danger spots? Have your say in the comments section below or take part in the Embassy’s campaign.