Vote Bike


Vote Bike

Last Thursday, 4 May 2017, millions of people across the UK went to the polls to elect new Metro Mayors and Councillors. 

In the lead up to the elections, Cycling UK teamed up with local groups to devise a set of localised asks for each set of candidates. 

See what the elected Metro Mayors have pledged to do for cycling throughout their term. 

See which council candidates in England and Wales pledged support to Space for Cycling. 

See which council candidates are supporting Walk Cycle Vote in Scotland. 

Recent Campaign Activity

Surly Disc Trucker outside a polling booth
Hung parliament - what next for cycling? Blog
As Britain comes to terms with an election result no one predicted, Cycling UK’s Sam Jones ponders what this might mean for the cycling agenda over the next Parliament.
Cyclists gather in Birmingham to tell Metro Mayor candidates, we need Space for
What will each Metro Mayor do for cycling? Blog
In the lead up to the England's first Metro Mayor elections, Cycling UK teamed up with local groups to ask each set of candidates to support a set of local-specific pledges. As the results stream in, Cycling UK's Space for Cycling Campaigner, Tom Guha, examines the likely next steps in each region.
County Councils have responsibility for most of Britain's local road network (cr
English and Welsh County Council candidates support Space for Cycling Blog
Full county council elections will take place across Britain this Thursday (4 May 2017). Cycling UK, with Democracy Club and local voters, has been asking candidates how they will support cycling if elected.
Cambridge is well known for its world-class cycle infrastructure (Credit: Camcyc
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough candidates all pledge to improve cycling across Combined Authority region Press Release
All of the main candidates for Metro Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough have now responded to our Vote Bike action.
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