Cycling is great for Bristol - Let's make Bristol great for cycling

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Our Goals

Space for cycling - a comprehensive safe network of high quality routes. Fair treatment for cycling - justice, design, funding. Political leadership to deliver ambitious change

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Our Solution

We speak up for cycling locally, city-wide, and nationally. We lobby. We get involved in consultations. We promote the evidence. We call out the failures. You can help!

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While our streets look like something from the 1950s in the midst of coronavirus lockdown, we need to rethink what ‘normal’ looks like. Stop Killing our Children is a documentary crowdfunded and produced by our friends at ETA Trust (ethical insurance with strong cycle offering). It is a review of where the Dutch are fifty years after their transformative campaign for road danger reduction. So why are we talking about this at a website for a Bristol advocacy group? Becase it makes ...
In conversation with Natalie Fee, the award-winning environmental campaigner and founder of City to Sea. In Ye Olden Days (also known as ‘last month’) Natalie took some time out to share her thoughts on cycling in Bristol and why she l...
While all face-to-face Campaign meetings are postponed until further notice you can still get involved in our Forums, Twitter, Facebook or simply just contact us. We are looking into hosting online meetings (such as Skype or Zoom) – let us k...
The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) – remember them, Metro Mayor, Tim Bowles? – have shown scant interest in active travel. But they have now put out a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for a consultation ...
The Joint Local Transport Plan for the West of England contains plans for 10 new roads and 5 big road-widening schemes. These plans will damage the countryside, increase traffic, pollution and carbon emissions, when WECA and all four authorities h...
Clean Air for Bristol are asking drivers to turn their engines off when stopped to help improve air quality. As we who cycle already know, leaving a vehicle’s engine on when stopped, or idling, causes air pollution which is especially bad fo...
Mary Milton wanted to try the cycle route to UWE – she sees the eBike as “a lot better than being in a car” and “a proper mode of transport”. We talked to her about how practical she finds her eBike and you’ll h...