Seven cyclists from Lancaster returned from the Paris climate talks having completed a five day cycle from London to Paris.
The group joined 130 other cyclists in crossing France through wind and rain.
The group of amateur cyclists and commuters, otherwise known as ‘Time to Cycle,’ aimed to demonstrate how another world is possible, and that anyone can make the journey to France by peddle power whether it be on a second hand rusty bike or a racer.
Time to Cycle participated in the giant red line protest on the Champs Élysées at the weekend alongside 15,000 others, despite France’s ‘state of emergency’ banning protests involving more than two people.
In January 2016 the Lancaster cyclists will be sharing their stories from the London to Paris cycle.
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