How to spend the cycle cash?
Cyclists are being asked to help politicians prioritise the spending of £500,000 on new projects to make riding more of a pleasure.
Bath and North East Somerset Council has come up with the extra funding for cycling infrastructure.
The authority's transport cabinet member Councillor Roger Symonds and its cycling champion Councillor Nigel Roberts have called a meeting for Tuesday to discuss how to spend the money.
The meeting is at the Aix en Provence Room at the Guildhall at 6.30pm.
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The politicians have e-mailed around 30 people who have been in contact with them about cycling issues in the last couple of years.
Mr Symonds said: "I want to get to people who are not necessarily members of groups or activists, although those are welcome too, but are people who just happen to ride bikes. I would also like to get the views of people who don't ride, but would if the conditions were right."
He said it was an exciting time for people on bikes in B&NES, with the Two Tunnels route opening on April 6 and an off-road track under construction at Odd Down.
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