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

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  • 1 Review of Community Speedwatch in Bristol
  • 2 Bristol Bugbears - report things that can be improved
  • 3 Bike lanes 'one of the best investments into public health returns'
  • 4 Cycle plans around Prince Street include pedestrianisation
  • 5 2016 AGM and meetup - a year of achievement
  • 6 Happy Maps - Cycling UK takes BCyC approach national


  • Space for Cycling wins Bristol Elections 2016
  • South Gloucestershire Draft Cycle Strategy - our response
  • A Modest Proposal #5: The Bear Pit / St James Barton Roundabout
  • Are the Roads Getting More Dangerous for Cyclists? Latest incident data
Following a hard fought campaign Space for Cycling emerged as the clear winner of the Bristol 2016 elections, securing not only the mayoralty, but also 63% of all the Councillors. Read More
A lot of useful work has gone in to this draft strategy which follows on from the publication last year of the Bristol Cycle Strategy. As with all general plans Read More
St James Barton roundabout remains among the worst in Bristol for cyclists. This is despite the sterling work of The Bearpit Improvement Group and the recently completed £1million scheme to provde a route around the Read More
Statistics for road traffic injuries in 2014 were made available a few months ago and make disturbing reading. In 2014, the police recorded that 506 pedestrians and cyclists had been Read More

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