15 April 2016 - 11:19am
Cycling legend to get John Radford Memorial Ride underway
Brian Robinson photographed by Chris Auld for
Legendary cyclist Brian Robinson will set the riders on their way when hundreds of people take to their bikes and trikes for the John Radford Mixed Ability Memorial Ride and Cycling Festival in West Yorkshire.
15 April 2016 - 10:54am
Suspended sentence for driver who couldn't see a cyclist
Glasses by Ben Jeffery via Flickr Creative Commons
80-year-old George Barrett was sentenced today to a suspended prison term, having been convicted of causing the death of cyclist and Cycling UK member Ian Jobson by careless driving. It raises the question of how we deal with the mobility of an ageing population and the tests needed to ensure that both elderly drivers and others with impairment are still fit, and safe, to drive.
11 April 2016 - 11:04am
Longbridge Ladies look for new recruits to go further together
Longbridge Ladies Cycling Club members
An old African proverb states: “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” That is the ethos displayed loud and clear on the Longbridge Ladies Cycling Club website – and if it suits your cycling philosophy, then they would love to hear from you!
8 April 2016 - 5:23pm
Cycling UK says pothole funding is ‘sticking plaster to fix a broken leg’
Bike wheel in pothole
Cycling UK believes the Government’s £50million-a-year fund for repairing potholes is the equivalent of using a sticking plaster to fix a broken leg.
8 April 2016 - 12:17pm
Our top 10 cycling films
Still image from Bicycle the film
The bicycle and the theme of cycling are perfect inspirations for filmmakers. There’s the drama, the glory and the heartbreak of professional cycle sport. There’s the freedom, the joy, and the universality of leisure cycling. And there’s the passion, the beauty and the technological interest of bikes themselves. Here are Cycling UK member Matt Lamy's favourite 10 classic movies.
6 April 2016 - 1:45pm
Late summertime start suits Stevenage as hundreds clock on
Mayor of Stevenage, Councillor Howard Burrell, with riders at Fairlands Vall
Hundreds of cyclists turned out on Sunday (3 April) for Stevenage & North Herts CTC’s Start of Summertime Specials – and no doubt felt grateful that the challenge rides took place a week after the clocks actually went forward.
5 April 2016 - 4:11pm
Local Campaign Group actions in the lead up to May
Vote Bike logo
On 5 May 2016, millions of people in the UK will be casting votes for their regional representatives, Councillors, Mayors and Police & Crime Commissioners. Campaign groups across the country are therefore seizing the opportunity to up the profile of cycling and to demand safer and more effective cycling provision.
5 April 2016 - 11:58am
We are Cycling UK
CTC is rebranding to Cycling UK
The cyclists' champion
5 April 2016 - 12:00am
Will you Vote Bike this May?
Want to see if your candidates support cycling? Then Vote Bike could have the an
In exactly a month’s time on 5 May across the UK, voters will head to the ballot boxes and through Cycling UK’s Vote Bike we’re helping them to identify their pro-cycling candidates.
4 April 2016 - 9:02am
Update from Cycling UK's Chief Executive
CTC has now rebranded to Cycling UK
As CTC rebrands to Cycling UK, Chief Executive Paul Tuohy sets out what this means for Britain's oldest transport organisation.
1 April 2016 - 8:39am
Proof is in the pudding for Cycling UK’s miracle pothole filler
Custard pothole filler
Cycling UK today unveiled a revolutionary plan to fix potholes across the UK which will benefit cyclists and save the Government millions of pounds in road maintenance costs.
29 March 2016 - 11:25am
Cycling UK’s bike workshop gives Olly new skills
Gosport bike maintenance workshop
Olly Coulson suffered brain damage when he was hit by a car at the age of eight – but this friendly, determined cyclist has become a dab hand at bike maintenance.
27 March 2016 - 1:43am
Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy worthless without meaningful funding, say cycling groups
Dutch trunk road with 'Space for Cycling' (photo Steven Vance, CC licence)
The government’s Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy “won’t be worth the paper it’s written on” unless backed by sustained funding, said CTC, the national cycling charity, and British Cycling in their initial response to its draft proposals.
24 March 2016 - 2:27pm
Women's Osloh Jeans
Women's Osloh Bicycle Jeans
When you cycle regularly but don't want to always look like you do, what can you wear and stay comfortable? It's a challenge for many of us but more and more companies are developing products to satisfy the demand of everyday cyclists for clothing that looks good but is functional on a bike as well. One of those companies is an American brand called Osloh.
24 March 2016 - 11:57am
It’s a vet ride with a difference for author Julian
Julian Earl
Para-cyclist and long-time CTC member Julian Earl has written a warm and witty memoir of his experiences as a vet – less than four years after a road race crash which almost claimed his life.
22 March 2016 - 11:19am
Since 1878 – our journey from the Bicycle Touring Club to Cycling UK
As CTC becomes Cycling UK, Tony Upfold compares the club's historical aims and activities with today's.
18 March 2016 - 1:20pm
Hundreds of kids benefit from Cycling UK balance bikes donation
Children with new balance bikes at Alton, Hants
Cycling UK is ensuring that more than 300 youngsters will discover the gift of cycling this year after donating 41 balance bikes to schools in the Alton area of Hampshire.
17 March 2016 - 4:11pm
Teenager Tourer
Emily Edwards with her touring bike
Teenagers aren’t often seen as a target market for touring bikes, but a tourer was just what Cycling UK member Emily Edwards wanted.
17 March 2016 - 4:05pm
Solitude in Scotland: Stranraer to Edinburgh
Rob Ainsley and friends on South Upland Way
Journalist Rob Ainsley and two friends spent four days riding empty tracks and roads from the Rhins of Galloway to the Firth of Forth in Scotland Britain, crowded? Not in Galloway. We cycled for hours along roads without seeing a car, even a sheep, the only sound the chirping of spring birds, or perhaps of Mark’s rear wheel.
17 March 2016 - 1:30pm
Josie Dew's North Sea Cycle Route
Josie Dew's family
The North Sea Cycle Route with noisy offspring: that was Cycling UK Vice President Josie Dew’s back-of-an-envelope plan for the summer holidays
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