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Our Goals

Space for cycling - safe high quality routes, everywhere. Liveable Neighbourhoods where people live, play and study. Fair treatment for cycling in 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

We are looking for two special people to be our Chair and lead our communications. Might this be you, or someone you know? Volunteer activists are at the heart of Bristol Cycling Campaign. We and our supporters have a shared vision that “Cycling is great for Bristol – Let’s make Bristol great for cycling”. However none of our various campaigns would happen without the small group making sure that we are well run and delivering what the activists need. We are looking...
The council is currently consulting on changes to the Park Row area, making the “temporary” protected cycle lanes there permanent with a new design. Bristol Cycling Campaign strongly supports the provision of protected cycle lanes on t...
We’re hoping to be hosting an evening on Wed 26 Jan 2022 at 19:15 with renowned journalist Peter Walker as he shares his thoughts on public health and active travel, and how we can influence change.  Book tickets here. (Please check the lin...
Bristol City Council and the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) have a consultation on works on the no 2 bus route, including for cycling. This is a major north-south route taking in many of the most heavily used, and most hostile, cycling ...
Bristol Road Justice brings together campaigners from Cycle Bristol CTC, Bristol Cycling Campaign and RoadPeace to highlight issues around road crime and the appalling level of death, injury and intimidation of cyclists on the city’s roads. One of...
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 weR...
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...