Kathy Francis
  • Female
  • Kyneton, Victoria
  • Australia
Share

Kathy Francis's Friends

  • Treadlie
  • Peter Robinson
  • Etienne de Brignell
  • Mike rubbo

Kathy Francis's Discussions

Petition to reform helmet laws

Started this discussion. Last reply by Neil Nov 18, 2012. 6 Replies

Freestyle Cyclists Australia and New Zealand have a petition going on the home page of their website. The petition calls for the reform of Australia and New Zealands helmet laws to promote cycling in…Continue

British Medical Journal Doctors against mandatory bicycle helmets for adults.

Started this discussion. Last reply by John E. Aug 2, 2011. 10 Replies

Two thirds of British Medical Journal Doctors don't want mandatory bicycle helmets for adults. From todays London Evening Standard : Bicycle Helmets should not be made compulsory, doctors said…Continue

Punk Commute comes to Melbourne

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alan Tonkin Jul 31, 2011. 37 Replies

The indefatigable Sue Abbott is bringing the protest ride Punk Commute to Central Melbourne.Sue is well known for her tireless efforts to persuade the Government of New South Wales to repeal the…Continue

 

Kathy Francis's Page

Profile Information

What sort of riding do you do ?
Utility/Transport, Recreational, S.L.U.T (Sustainable Low Cost Transport)
Where in Melbourne or nearby do you live ?
Kyneton
Now tell us about your bicycles ...
Austrian puch promenade
What is the best thing about riding?
The wind in the hair
A few words about yourself. (This bit is entirely optional!)
Formerly a keen utility cyclist who jumped on my bike whenever I needed to go somewhere. Refuse absolutely to wear a helmet. Eventually was forced to give up most cycling, but not without a fight. Looking for people in Victoria interested in trying to change the helmet laws.

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Melbourne Cyclist to add comments!

Join Melbourne Cyclist

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

© 2019   Created by DamianM.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service