This page has brief details and links to campaigns that the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain is proud to support.
To mark the first anniversary of the tragic death of cyclist Rob Jefferies, British Cycling and Cycling Weekly are calling for urgent action to be taken by the government to make the justice system fairer for cyclists and other road users who are hurt or seriously injured on the country’s roads.
Full details here.
Full details of this excellent campaign may be found here
Gather at the Meadows on April 28th (2pm for a 3pm start)
Pedal on Parliament will be gathering cyclists from across Scotland to cycle on Holyrood to tell our politicians that cycling matters, to show our need for safer cycling and cities fit for people. Please join us and help make a Scotland fit for cycling!
In November, Times journalist Mary Bowers was just yards from arriving at work on her bike when she was hit by a lorry. Mary, 27, is still not conscious and is making a slow recovery in hospital.
Tragically, such an accident is far from rare. More than 27,000 cyclists have been killed or seriously injured on British streets in the past 10 years.
On the urban roads of Britain today and cyclists need to be fit for cities. Cycling should be both safe and pleasurable. Ministers, mayors and local authorities must build cities that are fit for cycling.
The Times has launched a public campaign and 8 point manifesto calling for cities to be made fit for cyclists..
Free Range Kids are children and young people who experience freedom from their front door. They have the confidence to travel independently, play outdoors and explore their local community, and have the skills, opportunities and support to do so safely.
The enormous rise in the speed and volume of traffic has driven children indoors or into cars to be ferried around. Fear of traffic danger is twice as much a concern to parents as 'stranger danger'.
At Sustrans, we think it's time for change. We believe every child deserves to be free range for the sake of their health, happiness and well-being.
Movement for Liveable London promotes discussion on how a fairer, healthier, greener andWe aim to stimulate debate amongst citizens, campaigners, professionals and policy makers in the hope that together we might encourage politicians at all levels and of all persuasions to be more ambitious in their approach to sustainable movement and the design and management of London’s public realm.
more pleasant future for London can be achieved by changing the way we move around our city.
We do this through hosting events, publishing articles and facilitating a dialogue between existing campaigns and other interested parties.
20's Plenty For Us was formed in order to campaign for the implementation of 20 mph as the default speed limit on residential roads in the UK.