Promotion and Encouragement

Seven-year-old cyclist Archie Forse had the thrill of his life when he met Princes William and Harry as a guest of Cycling UK at the Patron’s Lunch to celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday.

 
 
Many people would like to cycle to work but talk themselves out of it. Cycling UK's Julie Rand takes a look at the reasons why many people don't go to work by bike and what they can do about it.

 
 
Senior engineer Debbie Greenfield and former Fire Service commander Steve Wollen hope more people will follow their lead by cycling to work during Bike Week 2016.

 
 
Why I love cycling to work - 6 Jun 2016 - Blog
For over a decade Cycling UK's Julie Rand has been cycling to work, she blogs about her choice of route and the highs and lows of being a cycle commuter.

 
 
Cycle to work with a colleague - 31 May 2016 - News
When cycling to work, two’s company! With ride to work as the theme of Bike Week 2016, now’s a good time to convince that colleague who has always wanted to cycle in but still has not quite made the leap. Cycling UK's Sam Jones was bike buddy to his colleague Heather Thorpe, and the changes were immediate...

 
 
A guide to blogs by cycle campaigners - 26 May 2016 - Article
Cycling UK member Sally Hinchcliffe reads as many cycling blogs as she can, here are her top cycle campaigning blogs from across the UK and the Netherlands.

 
 
Spring is in the air for Stevenage and North Herts CTC – with at least one ride being held every day for the next ten days.

 
 
It’s Bike Week time again – and we want to make the nation’s annual celebration of cycling bigger and better than ever in 2016!

 
 
Lucy Armour, who is partially sighted due to albinism, and her 75-year-old dad David Greenwood braved the late-April freeze to successfully complete their Coast to Coast cycling adventure.

 
 
Smarter choices - 28 Apr 2016 - Campaigning Views
Smarter choices - measures, including cycling, that help people find alternatives to driving - can make a huge difference to travel habits.

 
 
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