Road positioning in urban areas.
Our annual skills event for Associates & Members
This month I would like to thank Boris from London for his suggestion about how we can improve road safety
This is particularly for the more vulnerable road users. I expect an alternative suggestion to come from Jeremy (also London based), which should pretty well eliminate road casualties altogether.
Would you take risk?
Our clever programmers have found a smart way to auto generate PDFs
This month I've been scratching my head a lot and wondering how we might be able to create a PDF automatically from the web pages without the duplication of production effort. Fortunately I employ people much smarter than me.
Well I would ride 500 miles, then I would ride 500 more...
It’s been on the cards for a few years now but something always gets in the way, well 2015 it’s on. We started planning it as a short trip to visit friends in the Dordogne region of France and very soon it grew to a little bit more. Edinburgh to San Sebastian and back. Game on!
Never in the history of EDAM has so much, been owed to so many, to so few
I think it's about time that our contributors got a bit of recognition for the great work that they do, month in, month out. The following table shows the number of articles contributed by each since September 2015 and the number of hits their articles have generated in total.
Look out for next month's table that will include this month's contributors.
Long hours, poor pay, grumpy customers...
After 18 months on the saddle I've decided it's time to move over and let another Member have a crack at producing our monthly newsletter.
Elliot Beattie packs his anorak and heads off to Tweedbank.
It's not every day you can see a 1930's A4 Pacific tootling down to Tweedbank on the newly opened Borders railway. So the run plan was to follow it down to the Borders, hoping that we would be quicker than the train!
A rather morbid tale, but would you lay down your bike?
Seven new members and a great test pass.
Hold on tight for a second account of this challenging Lakeland passes run.
We started off as 5, but as Steve was expecting delivery of his new bike on the Friday of our departure and didn’t want any mishaps (it was a BMW after all), we quickly reduced to 4.