WWII C.T.C Gazette’s, The Official Organ of the Cyclists’ Touring Club

Tootyred

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Thats really cool. Especially the letter about changing the side of the road we drive on!

Also its interesting to read that 62% of road accidents were attributed to pedestrians with only 15% to drivers......oh how things have changed......i doubt a pedestrian is ever to blame in our litigious society now!
 

Nabeaquam

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Thats really cool. Especially the letter about changing the side of the road we drive on!

Also its interesting to read that 62% of road accidents were attributed to pedestrians with only 15% to drivers......oh how things have changed......i doubt a pedestrian is ever to blame in our litigious society now!
Now that I refound them, I don’t know what to do with them. I’m 76, my kids will toss them when I go to the storage bin. They were still stuffed in the old repair manual until yesterday when found them again when I referenced it. Been there for some time. One of the local bike shop guys collects this kind of stuff and I have given him tones of stuff, including two other wartime CTC magazines. We are from the USA so a better home might be found in the UK? I was going to give him these but they are UK publications and I would rather see it in a UK collectors hands, assuming that they are worth it for historical reference. Anyone have any idea of a better home? They are free, plus postage, but it’s got to be with a collector, not a flipper. I’ve read them and re read them many times so they need to be passed on. They may be common in the UK and worthless, but I need to know if this is so as I can then pass it on to the local bike shop collector.
 
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