HUTT ROAD CYCLE TRACK
(To the Editor.)
B rC~? h? dkcussion oa the cycle track which took place at the recent meeting^ the City and Suburban Highways Board makes, yery interesting reading. It is <£. vious that cychsts cannot expect much consideration from Messrs. Curtis aad HO2--gard- As for Mr. Jones (Mayor of East bourne), he apparently labours under the delusxon that the cycle track is a foot Path- .In that ""we,'of course, cyclist* would be committing--an oSence if they rode on it, so that we can safely leavfe M^ Jones out of the, discussion . With regard to the City Engineer, this w the gentleman who, in.the Magistrate's Court m December last, stated that the cycle track was ,m "generally fair order," but admitted m ahnost the same breath 19di -l Y Sj^.Ot BU'p,risea *° hear that 1843 nails had been picked up on it in the course 01 an afternoon's ' rua by the Cyclists' Touring Club. y ■■■■ Mr Hart now says, that nothing more should be done, ta the track than to put X m .r, eP"i table" order, and suggests the possibility of its being dug up aVain soon as an excuse for not spending too much f money on it. ; , In other worZ the cyclists can take it or leave it. The B^eees* tion of Mr. Curtis that cyclists shouH^ay should cyclists be called upon to repa? remains that the cycle track is in a scau- ■ _ ■' _ ; ALFRED E.-MILNE. Hon. Sec, N.Z.D.A. Cyclists Touring Club.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 137, 14 June 1929
HUTT ROAD CYCLE TRACK Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 137, 14 June 1929
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