Demonstrating how to fit up and start with your chalk contrail for Glasgow Slow Down!
The performance event on Sunday 13th April 2014 will result in a city-wide ribbon of colour, made by the cyclists as they travel slowly through Glasgow, coming together in George Square.
The drawing will be made on the road using a small device attached to each bike that leaves behind a single fine line of coloured chalk. To make the chalk lines, cyclists must ride very slowly, thus having a chance to meander through their city at a different pace, going through areas both well known and newly discovered.
Please be aware that places for the cycle teams are very limited and only cyclists pre-registered with Glasgow Slow Down will be allowed to participant in the drawing teams with chalk. Watch, wave, cheer and support them and follow the lines across at any point along the routes. Get your camera out and snap some street art before the rain comes! You can be there to greet all 100 riders as they converge at George Square from 10AM before they set off for the final procession route to The Briggait at 10.30 AM.