LETTER: Rambler ragers beware!

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The Independent Online
I AM a fresh-air fiend who enjoys being on both two feet and two wheels. Cyclists and pedestrians can and should co-exist; as allies they can open more access to town and country for us all ("Cycle rage hits parks and byways", 11 February). The Ramblers' Association should take care when refusing to allow cyclists to share paths with walkers. There are many tracks primarily designed for cyclists which are enjoyed by all, such as the network of disused railways in the Derbyshire Peak District. Walkers may shoot themselves in the foot by setting a precedent that may result in walkers being banned from these facilities.

Andrew J Chisholm