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

Local elections dominated the headlines across the country this month, with Bristol Cycling making a few headlines of our own in the local media. Bristol News Elections, elections, elections: Bucking the national trend, Labour did well across the region with Marvin Rees returning for another term as Bristol mayor, and Dan Norris taking the WECA mayoral top spot from Conservative incumbent Tim Bowles. What will this mean for cycling and active travel over the next 3 years? In pre-election...
Bristol now has a Bicycle Mayor to accelerate the city’s approach to cycling. Leah DeHaan joins an international network of change-makers to accelerate the adoption of cycling. Leah joins an influential network of independent city leaders that is ...
There are elections on May 6th for the regional West of England Mayor, the Bristol Mayor, and many local councillors. We’ve met most of the mayoral candidates to discuss our Cycling Manifesto for West of England, and Cycling Manifesto for B...
We’ve challenged the main candidates for Bristol Mayor to commit to measures that will double cycling rates in Bristol by 2024. Below we list the responses we’ve had from the candidates to the five challenges in our cycling mani...
At the same time as the elections for the Mayor and Councillors, there’s an election for a new Police and Crime Commissioner. He or she will be responsible for overseeing the performance of Avon and Somerset Police who are in charge of enforcing t...
Mayoral elections take centre stage in Bristol, whilst around the UK air pollution becomes an increasingly heated topic. Bristol News Elections: With less than one month until Bristol’s mayoral elections, Bristol Cycling is keeping active travel o...
After the elections on 6th May the new Bristol Mayor, Metro Mayor and councils must have a transforming vision for active travel. Cycling must be treated as an essential transport option, and a key tool to reduce the health and financial inequal...
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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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