Back in the 3CR studio, Chris talks to Liz Kim, General Manager, Mobility at RACV, about Lets Ride Melbourne, a joint project between RACV, GoodCycles, City of Melbourne, City of Yarra, and City of Port Phillip, that has an emphasis upon new, intending riders and includes the arevo app, cycling routes, bike skills workshops, free summer bike assist offer and more.
Local news includes yet another Southbank cycling fine blitz from Victoria police where the issue isn't end users, it's the lack of progress improving existing infrastructure due to changed usage, as the area is part of the Capital City Trail.
Moreland Bicycle Users Group have their Wonder Women - International Women's Day Ride on Sunday 7th March, starting 2pm at 1 Champ Street, Coburg, event is free but it's essential to register
Second interview: Chris talks to Bronwen Kamasz from Environmental Performance Authority about their project Hidden in Plain Sight, exploring how Yarra residents responded to their local area during COVID lockdowns and requesting Yarra cyclists to contribute their observations about living through 250 days of lockdown for upcoming site-specific performances on 27 and 28 March 2021, email: epaperformance[AT]gmail.com
Chris, Faith, Val and Steve