Embassy News

Help the CTC with their road design policy review


Following a lively debate on the subject in Cycle Digest, the CTC are surveying folk - not just CTC members about their road design policy:

25th March - Barnet Great Divide Ride

With trunk roads suddenly the focus of political concern - there can be no better time to attend Barnet Cycling Campaign's Great Divide Ride which will be focusing on the barrier formed by the North Circular road to cyclists, pedestrians and even some drivers.

2012 AGM & Policy Bash - Bristol & Bath

The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain is very pleased to announce our first AGM and second Policy Bash in Bristol & Bath over the weekend 26th/27th May with 'Infrastructure Safaris' of both cities.

28th April - North and South

Have you saved the date? On the 28th April, 2012, cyclists will be taking to the streets in force to show politicians the support there is for safer cycling. It started in London, with the Big Bike ride,  a closed-roads event from Hyde Park to Blackfriars bridge to support the LCC's Love London, Go Dutch campaign.

Consultation Closing on Rail Service in Scotland

Anyone who uses the trains in Scotland - including visitors -who wants to have their say over the future shape of rail services in Scotland should hurry, because consultation closes on Monday 20th February. The consultation has implications for cyclists as well, and Spokes, the Lothian Cycle Campaign, have done their usual excellent job of identifying the issues and teasing out the implications here.

Flashride at Westminster ahead of next Thursday's parliamentary cycling debate

Tour Du Danger at Parliament Square by Mark Ames (cc by-nc-sa)Cycling goes to parliament next week as the country shows its support for the powerful "Cities Fit For Cycling

Scottish Consulate and Glasgow Meeting

Calling all Scottish cyclists: on Saturday, the first Scottish Cycling Embassy meeting (and infrastructure safari) will be held in Glasgow. This will be a chance for anyone to find out what we're about, have a look at some of the best (and worst) of Glasgow's bike infrastructure and shape the future of the Embassy in Scotland. It comes at an auspicious time, with the Scottish budget cuts for active travel partially reversed - and in the wake of Edinburgh council's decision to devote 5% of its transport budget to cycling projects and infrastructure.

Cycling Embassy Welcomes 'Cities Fit for Cycling'

The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain is pleased to support The Times in its campaign for 'Cities Fit for Cycling'.

Policy Bash Weekend

This weekend a dedicated group of Ambassadors gathered in London for our 'policy bash' to work on refining our policies and setting out our strategies for the next year. It was an intensive two days with lots of debate, scribbling on flip charts and (of course) cake generously provided by Sam Smith.

Policy Bash - and Virtual Policy Bash

Next weekend sees our first ever weekend Policy Bash, where we'll be getting together to thrash out the details of our infrastructure and campaigning policy.


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