Campaigning News

Scottish cycling champions and adventurer Mark Beaumont back 20mph campaign

Great Britain Cycling Team riders Neil Fachie MBE and Neah Evans, along with adventurer, broadcaster and cycling circumnavigation world record holder Mark Beaumont, have today shown their support for the Safer Streets bill, which would reduce default speed limits in Scotland from 30mph to 20mph.

Published on: 19/04/2019

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British Cycling statement - Active Lives

Sport England have this morning released the latest results from their Active Lives survey. Here’s our response from British Cycling Policy Manager Nick Chamberlin.

Published on: 11/04/2019

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Welsh Government commits to MTB access

The Welsh Government has announced proposals to change access rights for mountain bikers on public rights of way in Wales, following sustained pressure from British Cycling and its members.

Published on: 05/04/2019

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Dame Sarah Storey named as Sheffield City Region Active Travel Commissioner

Last month Storey claimed two gold medals and one silver in the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in the Netherlands.

Published on: 01/04/2019

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Big Pedal 2019

This year British Cycling is supporting the Sustrans Big Pedal, which aims to encourage more kids to cycle, walk or scoot to school.

Published on: 28/03/2019

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Shanaze Reade announced as West Midlands Cycling and Walking Ambassador

Former BMX and track cycling world champion Shanaze Reade has today been announced as the first West Midlands Cycling and Walking Ambassador.  

Published on: 21/03/2019

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Work begins on Doncaster community cycling facility

Work on a new world-class cycling facility at Doncaster Dome has begun, thanks to a significant cash injection from the Places to Ride capital grants programme.

Published on: 07/03/2019

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British Cycling policy advisor Chris Boardman calls for sustained government funding for cycling

Currently, only around 1% of the Department for Transport’s budget is allocated to cycling and walking.

Published on: 07/03/2019

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