Keep the Red Stuff In

In the studio is Bike Show regular ‘Buffalo’ Bill Chidley, who brings news of London’s burgeoning bicycle polo scene (note imminent rebranding as ‘urban bike hammer ball’). The London Open 2011 is on 30-31st July. Steve Evans, a bicycling paramedic from the Liverpool Century RC, gives some excellent practical advice on how to provide immediate post-collision assistance to an injured cyclist. Steve’s free first aid guide for cyclists is available from the Rough Stuff Fellowship. Also featured is long distance cyclist and bearded wonder James Bowthorpe, around 18 hours into his 24 hour non-stop bicycle ride in a shop window. Phew!

5 Responses to Keep the Red Stuff In

  1. Andrea June 21, 2011 at 9:06 am #

    A couple of things:
    1. The link to the first aid guide seems to be wrong.
    2. It is best to have the links open in a new tab, otherwise one loses the podcast

    Good show!

  2. Jack June 21, 2011 at 9:24 am #

    Hi Andrea

    Thanks!

    The link was correct. You just needed to read down the Rough Stuff Fellowship webpage. The file itself is a 2mb powerpoint. I have now linked to the ppt file directly.

    Good internet etiquette is not to force the user to open new windows or tabs when clicking on links. You should be able to right-click on the link to decide for yourself to open in a new tab.

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