In the early 1990s, when the idea of an island wide network of speed –restricted roads was first suggested to the Constables’ Committee by St.Peter Constable Mac Pollard, it was flatly refused. Mr. Pollard had felt that it would be nice if several quiet scenic lanes would be speed-restricted, thereby allowing walkers, cyclists and horse riders to use them in comparative safety, away from the threat of speeding motorists.
“Tall enough to be interesting but small enough to be manageable”
Wowed by Wiggins and encouraged by the Olympics?
You’d like to cycle, but for whatever reason you don’t want to try it in your own backyard?