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Two Nantwich teenagers at wheel of successful Youtube channel

Two Nantwich teenagers at wheel of successful Youtube channel

By Jonathan White
Two Nantwich teenagers are steering to success at the wheel of their popular website and Youtube channel.

Now Daniel Achterhuis and Matthew Love-Rouse are on the hunt for interesting vehicles and bikes to review.

July 7, 2020
BMX bike fans gather for South Cheshire “Ride Out” event

BMX bike fans gather for South Cheshire “Ride Out” event

By Jonathan White
Old school BMX bike fans from across the UK gathered in South Cheshire for the annual social “Ride Out” event.

More than 140 people gathered at Crewe railway station for the 4th annual “Crewe and Cheshire Old School Ride Out” organised by Crewe and Cheshire old school BMX club.

May 31, 2019
More than 80 BMX bike fans take part in Chesh-Air event

More than 80 BMX bike fans take part in Chesh-Air event

by Jonathan White
Old school BMX bike fans from around the UK converged on South Cheshire for a social ride in and around Crewe.

More than 80 people gathered at Crewe railway station for the annual ‘Chesh-Air’ event, organised by the ‘Crewe and Cheshire old school BMX’ group.

May 28, 2018
Police hunt burglars who broke into Barbridge house

Police hunt burglars who broke into Barbridge house

Burglars broke into a house in Barbridge near Nantwich and tried to steal bikes before being disturbed.

Detectives appealing for witnesses say offenders targeted the back entrance of an address on Bankside Close in Barbridge.

August 17, 2017
Co-op store donates balance bikes to Stapeley pupils

Co-op store donates balance bikes to Stapeley pupils

The new-look Co-op store in Stapeley marked its re-opening by donating new balance bikes and equipment to Pear Tree School.

Pupils were delighted to receive seven new bikes, helmets and road signs sponsored by the newly re-opened store.

November 7, 2016
Future is orange for Tour of Britain’s Nantwich stage

Future is orange for Tour of Britain’s Nantwich stage

Nantwich councillor Arthur Moran saddled up dressed in orange – to help promote the town’s Tour of Britain stage.

Cllr Moran, who is Cheshire East Deputy Mayor, tried out one of the orange bikes being used to ‘peddle’ the message about the tour event.

July 12, 2016
Motorcyclists face crackdown from unmarked police bikes

Motorcyclists face crackdown from unmarked police bikes

Motorcyclists in Cheshire face a police crackdown after one was caught speeding at 120mph on a 60mph road.

Operation Caesar is to use unmarked police bikes to catch motorcyclists speeding in Cheshire’s roads.

August 24, 2015