Cycling UK in Wales

With less than two days to go before the polls open, it's the Welsh Police and Crime Commissioner candidates who are pledging to treat Road Crime as Real Crime and committing to increase road traffic police funding and numbers, and the English candidates who need to be pressed to commit

 
 
Cycling UK President and Channel 4 newscaster, Jon Snow, has written to Assembly Member candidates asking them to pledge their support towards improving investment and leisure access for cycling, should they be successful on 5 May.

 
 
Vote Bike 2016 results - 14 Apr 2016 - Information Page
This April and May, Cycling UK President and Channel 4 Newscaster Jon Snow and thousands of members and supporters wrote to candidates in both the Welsh and Police and Crime Commissioner elections. We've mapped the results and the successful candidates' responses below, and hope to be adding maps for the Northern Ireland and Scotland elections in the near future.

 
 
Cycling journalist and author Jack Thurston shares one of his favourites from his latest book of great rides: ‘Lost Lanes Wales’. This ride, close to Jack’s home, is a deceptively laid-back circuit from Abergavenny, Wales’s self-proclaimed capital of cycling, with an optional sting in the tail.

 
 
Will you Vote Bike this May? - 4 Apr 2016 - News
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.

 
 
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