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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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Finding New Solutions

Cycling England’s programme to introduce cycling to new audiences.

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Latest News

Scheme of the Month - Bristol’s Biggest Bike Ride

Bristol's biggest bike ride

Bristol’s Biggest Bike Ride is one of the UK’s biggest free non-competitive cycling events. People from Bristol and surrounding regions come together for a celebration of cycling. It’s the one day of the year cyclists have the opportunity to ride under Bristol’s iconic Suspension Bridge on a major road closed to traffic especially for the day.


Personality of the Month - Karen Carter, CTC

Karen Carter

What is your job or other main activity that involves cycling?
I am a Senior Cycling Development Officer at CTC, The National Cyclists’ Organisation, working on the BIG lottery’s Community Cycle Champions programme and Cycling England’s CycleExtra project looking after a team of 10 remote officers who are based between Derby and Northumberland


Abolition of Cycling England – What future for Bikeability?

The Government today announced the abolition of Cycling England which is expected to take effect from the end of March 2011. The implications of this decision for the future of cycling were outlined by the governing Board.


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