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Encouraging cycling

Getting more people on two wheels takes soft measures as well as hard infrastructure. Our professional support team can advise on a range of measures to encourage cycling. Find out more

Press and News

Every month Cycling England showcases a different cycling scheme, and an interesting personality – click here for more details and our latest news. Find out more


Cycling England’s flagship cycle training scheme Bikeability is now available in half the local authorities in England. Bikeability gives young people the skills and confidence to cycle safely. Find out more

Cycling City, Cycling Towns

England's first Cycling City and eleven new Cycling Towns are set to receive the largest investment in cycling the country has ever seen.

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Cycling England's flagship award scheme, teaching children to cycle safely and responsibly.

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Latest News

Personality of the Month - Steve Cardno, LCN+ Project Manager


What is your job or other main activity that involves cycling?
I am the London Cycle Network Plus (LCN+) Project Manager.

How long have you done that?

I have worked in the LCN+ Project Management team here at the London Borough of Camden for 5 years and have been the Project Manager since September 2008.


Scheme of the Month - The Bourg Walk, Aylesbury


Transport for Buckinghamshire, who manage the Cycle Aylesbury cycle town project, recently celebrated the formal launch of one of the UK’s most exciting sustainable transport schemes - the Bourg Walk.

The centrepiece of the project is a stunning new 260m long, 4.6m wide pedestrian and cycle bridge


Freedom of your city




CYCLE trips in Exeter have passed the one million mark for the first time and Cycle Exeter is celebrating with the launch of an ambitious new campaign to encourage even more people to get on their bikes.


The Freedom of Your City campaign is calling on all Exeter residents to pledge to cycle more and get one other person to do the same, with the aim of reaching 1.6 million cycle trips a year by 2011. That would effectively double the figure from 2005 when the Cycle Exeter project started. 


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