Moreland cyclists at the Peoples’ Climate March

December 11, 2015 at 9:32 am Leave a comment

Greg Platt reports on the cyclists’ feeder event at the People’s Climate March

The Moreland Bicycle User Group met at the Brunswick Mechanics’ Institute to ride into the People’s Climate Rally on 27 November. Because it had been advertised as a feeder event by the PCM web site, the BUG was joined by people from across the north of Melbourne, from country Victoria and even a cyclist in town from Tasmania. Twenty cyclists set out at 4:45 pm and numbers increased as more joined on the way in. After collecting some of the lone cyclists from within the crowd, we had group of about 50 of us to form the rear of the march as we made our way through town. A good time was had by all.

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Photo by Peter Campbell of some of the many cyclists at the People’s Climate March

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