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    Find out all the cycling news around Greater Bristol, and what we're doing to make things better for cycling.

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    Bristol Cycling Campaign is the voice of cycling, speaking out for those who cycle and for those who'd like to.

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  • Rides & Events

    Discover Bristol

    Most weeks there are rides exploring the city and our lovely surroundings, there's usually a theme and a leisurely pace.

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  • Local & Citywide

    Councils, Police and Neighbourhoods

    It's not just about protected Space for Cycling, local changes matter along with support from police and councils.

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  • Xmas offer! Get a cycling colouring book when you donate or join

    Bristol Cycling member Polly Stubley has put together this great offer for anyone joining or donating to Bristol Cycling. You can get a copy of her lovely cycling themed colouring book for a contribution of £7.50 or more. Normal price is £6.99 with postage of £1.50 if you go to Amazon but you can get it here AND support Bristol Cycling. Alternatively they are also for sale from Room 212 on Gloucester Road, Better Food
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  • Joint Spatial Plan and Transport Study Consultation - have your say

    Will Greater Bristol ever become a true Cycling City? The Joint Spatial Plan sets out how to build 85,000 new houses and the modern transport links for a growing region over the next 20 years. It's out for consultation until 19th December but even Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees is calling for more ambition. Overall we feel not much has changed since our initial response in January Joint Spatial Plan and Joint Transport Study – our response.
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  • How to campaign for Space for Cycling? Bristol workshop 10th Dec

    Cycling UK and the Bristol Cycling Campaign are excited to host a Space for Cycling workshop in Bristol. The aim of the event is to engage with local campaign groups, council members and the wider public in the West of England, to share expertise and ideas, to network and to gear up for the next stage in the Space for Cycling campaign! Date: 10 December 2016 Cost: Donation or free Register your interest here The
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  • Nostalgia Photo Quiz and Ride

    Here's a bit of seasonal fun for you. Can you guess the location of the building or site by street name and area? You are welcome to have a go from the comfort of your hearth and home. Why not also join us on the associated ride on January 22nd 2017 where all will be revealed. A prize of around £35 will go to either the first set of fully correct locations, or the highest
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  • A Modest Proposal #6; Eight to Eighty cycling on Gloucester Road

    Did you know that Gloucester Road was one of Bristol’s busiest cycle routes? What’s more, the number of people cycling has doubled in the last ten years whereas motor vehicle numbers have dropped by a fifth. These facts can be seen from Department for Transport Traffic Counts. So what does this tell us? Bristol’s Cycling City money has been well spent? Not quite. Significant Cycling City money was not spent on Gloucester Road infrastructure as
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  • Useful Information for Neighbourhood Campaigns +

    We have a page about our campaign in each of the Neighbourhood Partnerships in Bristol. There are pages for South Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #1: Pedestrianise Clifton Triangle +

    One of the next actions as part of our Freedom to Ride campaign is to start to flesh out our Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #3: Inner Loop Proposal +

    The Bristol Cycling Campaign is putting together a proposal to City Hall for a segregated loop around the city centre. Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #2: Bristol Promenades Routes +

    (Updated July 2013) We've been given agreement to share with you some plans that we have been helping with for Read More
  • A Modest Proposal #5: The Bear Pit / St James Barton Roundabout +

    St James Barton roundabout remains among the worst in Bristol for cyclists. This is despite the sterling work of The Bearpit Improvement Read More
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