While it’s far from perfect, the Bridgewater Way is now a key cycle route through Trafford, providing a relatively safe way to travel between the north and south of the borough, into the city centre and beyond into Salford and Cheshire. Continue reading “Barriers to cycling on the Bridgewater Way”
Almost as if to plan, the first weekend after the start of spring arrived with glorious sunshine. So it’d be wrong not to get out on the bikes with the family and some friends. This is first ride we’ve had for a while as family, rubbish weather and busy weekends have meant we’ve not had chance.
Continue reading “Back on the Bridgewater Way and Trans Pennine Trail – March 2017”
On a glorious Sunday in May, we headed out for a ride down the Bridgewater Way and Trans Pennine Trail. Two families, four kids and eight bikes, we made our way from Stretford towards Lymm.
Continue reading “More family cycling on the Bridgewater Way and Trans Pennine Trail – May 2016”
On a cold, but dry Saturday, we headed out for a ride down the Bridgewater Way and Trans Pennine Trail. Three families, five kids and nine bikes, we made our way from Stretford to Wythenshawe Park.
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We had the pleasure of taking a narrowboat along the Bridgewater Canal with the Open Lock Project. While heading beyond Altrincham, we noticed work continuing on the Bridgewater Way.
Continue reading “Bridgewater Way work continues beyond Altrincham”