We harvest stories and news from local group newsletters and what we are doing to produce a regular newsletter for our members.
The back catalogue is available below but we are always looking for new input so we would appreciate a regular contact with groups to enable us to get stories and articles from your news.
If you are keen to let everyone know what you’ve been doing let us know and we would love to include you in the publication.
Cyclenation would like to update and upgrade the presentation of the newsletter, so if you have any experience with publisher or any other packagers that we can use, and have a spare hour or two to help with the layout and presentation of the newsletter we would be glad to hear from you.
|March 2016||Highlights: Cyclenation AGM, Women's Cycling Conference, Mini Hollands, Lorries/Buses/Trains and Cycles|
|October 2015||Highllights: Cyclenation Conference, Interview with Julian Huppert, Sharrows|
|April 2015||Highlights: AGM, Space 4 Cycling, Bike Week, IAM|
|January 2015||Highlights: Space 4 Cycling, 2014 Review, Raleigh Bikes Giveaway, London Superhighways|
|August 2014||Highlights: AGM, Space for Cycling, APPCG, new Board members.|
|Highlights: Cycle City Conference, ECF, AGM, Bike Week. (Held in Google Drive in preview mode - for the full glory please download and view in Adobe Reader.)|
|Highlights: Pictures from Bike week, £77 million for cycling, Leeds to host Autumn Conference, ‘The Cycle Show’ – ITV4, Velo-City 2013, Cycling in Ireland, Freedom to Ride | Bristol Cycling Manifesto|
|Highlights: National Cycle City Expo Conference in Birmingham, Bricycles in Brighton campaigns for 2-way cycling, AA and BSM Driving Schools to teach cycle safety, Campaign for Strict Liability: Road Share, a Welsh ‘Active Travel’ Act moves closer, Alex Bailey's ten tips for effective publicity|
|Highlights: All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group, Aberdeen appoints Cycle Champion, CycleSheffield campaigns for more Pro-driver training, Mayor publishes Vision for Cycling in London, 20 mph EU Petition,|
|Highlights: County Council denies removing cycle lane, Trialling the carriage of bicycles on light rail in South Yorkshire, 48 ‘outcomes’ in revised Bikeability syllabus!, Contra-flow cycle lanes - now Brighton, Slowing speed limits from 30mph to 20mph has contrib-uted to increasing cycling and walking by over 20%. 20mph increases physical activity and reduces traffic. Cyclist casualties fall.|
|Highlights: Bristol Conference report Cyclenation decides national campaign, Scrutiny Committee condemns council’s Cycling Strategy, Bristol Conference - Segregate or Integrate?, Contra-flow cycle lanes - their time has come!,|
|Highlights: Cyclenation rebutts Wiggins’ “Make helmets compulsory” statement, Nine days of Bike Fix!, Press Release Aug 2012 from ‘20’s Plenty for Us’ campaign: False conclusions in media reporting of 2011 Casualty Stats and 20mph Limits, ‘Pinch Points’ revisited!, Bow Roundabout revisited......|
|Highlights: Bike Week, Spokes boycotts ‘helmets required’ events, Freight Transport Association publishes ‘Cycling Code’, British Cycling advises “pedal really fast”...,|
|Highlights: Cyclenation Conference:‘Cycling, Safety and Health: Winning the arguments’, 2nd Notice: Cyclenation AGM|
|Highlights: The Times’ ‘Cities fit for cycling’campaign, Talking of road narrowings..., Down Your Way............Stourbridge and Aylesbury, London Cycling Campaign ‘Goes Dutch’...., Cambridge Cycling Campaign reaches 100...., Summer of Cycling and Bike Week|