Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
lnr

Cycle commuting

I'm curious about how far people commute by bike in Cambridge.

Arse, I missed 2-3 miles off the poll. Please accept my apologies and vote/comment again in the new version.

Feel free to add your commute even if you only do it once a week, rather than every day, and do comment with details if you'd like, or vote in comments if you don't have a livejournal account.

If your commute is entirely outside the city boundaries but you still consider yourself a Cambridge cyclist (perhaps you live in one of the boundary villages?) then do vote, but please comment.

NB in the second question "don't know/other" is intended to cover the answer "I am not a Cambridge cycle commuter". I knew I should have made that a specific option.

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