Cycle Geographies

Reid Jameson Potts

‘Cycle Geographies’ examines cycling infrastructure in urban environments. Advocating for a closer examination of contemporary infrastructure and considering cycling as a solution to city mobility given the pressures of the Anthropocene.

The piece includes a set of tools to support cycling advocacy as well as a film to situate the work on one of London's worst streets for cycling, Kensington High Street, in one of London’s worst boroughs for cycling provision and safety- The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Setting the scene for a psycho-geographic exploration of infrastructure provision that no longer exists, and is actively fought against.


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