New Chairperson and priorities for 2022

Critical Mass

At our recent Annual Review 2022, we were delighted to elect Ian Pond as our new Chair. Ian has been involved in Bristol Cycling for two years and also established the brilliant CyclingWorks Bristol initiative and has lead the initiative since Summer 2020.  Ian’s priorities for 2022 are outlined below. If you would like to contact Ian please email [email protected] …

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Bristol Cycling Annual Review 2022

Annual Review 2022

Update: Here are the slides with all the info AGM Annual Review Feb 2022 Join us online on Tuesday 22nd Feb at 7.30pm for our Annual Review. We’ll be looking back at a busy year, and hearing back from those involved in key campaigns. We’ll also look forward to what’s coming. It does feel like there is lots of positive…

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Summary of our 2021 survey

Bristol Cycling Campaign’s annual cycling survey received its best ever response with over 1,200 people participating. The results show that concerns about road safety & collisions are the biggest deterrent to using their bike more. Not surprisingly, the majority (82%) said that protected bike lanes on main roads would encourage them a lot to cycle more, as with last…

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Leading Bristol Cycling Campaign – might it be you?

We are looking for two special people to be our Chair and lead our communications. Might this be you, or someone you know? Volunteer activists are at the heart of Bristol Cycling Campaign. We and our supporters have a shared vision that “Cycling is great for Bristol – Let’s make Bristol great for cycling”. However none of our various…

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Bristol Cycling 2021 survey – how can we double cycling rates?

We’ve opened our 2021 survey to find out what barriers there are to people cycling in the city and what can be done to help remove these barriers.  We would really appreciate your support in sharing this survey far and wide via your newsletters and social media, especially with groups which may not currently cycle. The survey is open until…

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Can you help Bristol Cycling become a registered charity?

Bristol Cycling Campaign is a voluntary organisation working to make Bristol a great city for cycling.  We have been active for over 40 years but have never made the jump to become a registered charity (read more about us here).  We are looking someone who can help take us through the process in 2022.  We are open to a…

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Bristol Cycling Campaign outline 2021 priorities

After a lively and extremely busy start to 2021, we are pleased to outline our priorities for the year. It is going to be an exciting year for cycling in Bristol with mayoral and council elections, infrastructure improvements and the increasing recognition of cycling as a valuable mode of transport. The new year saw the election of Toby Wells and…

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Bristol Cycling Campaign celebrates record-breaking year

The UK has seen a huge surge of interest in cycling in 2020 and Bristol has certainly been no exception. It has been fantastic to see so many more people travelling around the city by bike. Bristol Cycling Campaign (BCyC) has also had more support than ever from Bristolians keen to see cycling infrastructure improve in the city. Our…

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Annual Review and General Meeting 7pm 26th November 2020

Simon Munk takes questions

We’re holding our covid safe Virtual Annual General Meeting on Thursday 26th November 2020 at 7pm – 8pm. A lot has happened in the year since our 2019 AGM, photo right; a global pandemic has changed lives, killed ten of thousands nationally and a million around the globe. Has it changed people’s world view and their priorities in life?…

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What we learned from our 2020 supporter survey

In May 2020 we ran a survey of our supporters. We also reached out to those who knew little about us. We wanted to find out what people think about cycling in Bristol. And what they think about Bristol Cycling Campaign (BCyC). We had 736 responses. 46% were female, 51% male and 3% others.  250 were BCyC members or…

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