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Our Goals

Space for cycling - a comprehensive network of safe high quality routes. Liveable Neighbourhoods - where people live, play and study. 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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Your Support

Numbers make us stronger and safer - whether cycling on the streets or campaigning for change, more is better. Support Bristol Cycling!

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

If you’re not already listening, we’d like to warmly recommend the ‘Active Travel Podcast‘ from the Active Travel Academy’s (ATA) Dr Rachel Aldred and journalist Laura Laker. All episodes are worth hearing but we’d like to particularly recommend the ones on media reporting (which is highly relevant to our Road Justice work), on cycling for everyone (another campaign theme), and on low traffic neighbourhoods (our Liveable Neighbourhoods campaign). Media rep...
At the end of this year Steve Melia will retire after 16 years of researching, teaching and writing about transport and sustainability. Steve is a long term BCyC supporter and the driving force behind the influential Living Heart for Bristol init...
We’ve opened our 2021 survey to find out what barriers there are to people cycling in the city and what can be done to help remove these barriers.  We would really appreciate your support in sharing this survey far and wide via your newsl...
Bristol Cycling Campaign is a voluntary organisation working to make Bristol a great city for cycling.  We have been active for over 40 years but have never made the jump to become a registered charity (read more about us here).  We are looking ...
Such a sad tale of a stolen bike from new Bristol news site, BristolWorld.com. We were able to share some information and advice, including What to do if your bike is stolen and Why Bristol needs more bike hangars https://www.bristolworld...
Fantastic to see the Cotham Hill pedestrianisation consultation is out. This includes not only more space for traders, pedestrians and disabled parking bays but also separated cycle lanes on the southern section and a School Street on Aberdeen Rd...
by Dulce Pedroso. Like many of us, Bristol Cycling member Dulce Pedroso envisions a version of Bristol where cycling is everywhere. So prevalent, in fact, that talking about cycling as a mode of transport becomes so commonplace that it’s (almost) ...