Campaigning News

Positive signs from Westminster Hall debate - but more government action and funding on cycling needed

British Cycling campaigns manager Martin Key encouraged by debate turnout, boosted by support from British Cycling members

Published on: 04/02/2016

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#ChooseCycling network passes half a million employees as Tesco signs up

Supermarket giant joins other heavyweight businesses including Aldi, Coca-Cola and Virgin Trains to back calls for significant governement investment into cycling.

Published on: 03/02/2016

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Progress report: government’s cycling investment strategy

Is the government's cycling investment strategy hanging in the balance after the Comprehensive Spending Review?

Published on: 23/12/2015

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British Cycling welcomes funding for Bikeability cycle training in schools

Department for Transport announce plans to spend £50m over the next four years to support the programme.

Published on: 21/12/2015

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Leading cycling retailer adds voice to #ChooseCycling network

Evans Cycles, the country’s leading specialist cycling retailer, is the latest company to sign up to British Cycling’s #ChooseCycling network.

Published on: 27/11/2015

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Boardman warns against stop-start investment in cycling

British Cycling policy adviser responds to governmental cycling spending plans revealed in the Comprehensive Spending Review.

Published on: 26/11/2015

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Progress report: government’s cycling investment strategy

British Cycling campaigns manager Martin Key on a crucial month for #ChooseCycling with the Comprehensive Spending Review announcement due on 25 November.

Published on: 12/11/2015

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Video: Chris Boardman visits mini-Holland in Enfield

British Cycling policy advisor Chris Boardman visits the London Borough of Enfield, one of three councils in Greater London in receipt of £30m as part of the Mayor of London’s ‘mini-Holland’ project.

Published on: 12/11/2015

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