Town Access in the PP era

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    parkingmad
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    I have been to the Netherlands and it’s very rare to see a new bicycle as they tend to be stolen.alot of them are old bikes that have been refurbished and are not that cheap to buy.

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    WreX-iT
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    I went to Amsterdam and almost got knocked over by bikes a dozen times. Even without me havin a smoke they were a menace.
    Used to be bad in the middle of town here too with the teenagers going through the crowded pedestrian zones full pelt on their bikes. When I wasn’t kickin pigeons I would be trying to kick their wheels.

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    parkingmad
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    The bike parks in Amsterdam are unbelievable especially around the railway station. The amount of bikes there you need eyes at the back of your head.

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    zinger
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    That’s more like it Wrex-it. Reading the 1930’s newspapers the accident rate was huge in comparison with reading reports of car accidents now. There were always people up in court.

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