2017 AGM

This year's Cyclenation AGM will be held on Saturday March 18 at BikeExpo in Greater Manchester. More info on the 2017 AGM page.

2016 Campaigners' Conference

This year's joint Cyclenation-CyclingUK conference will be hosted by St Albans Cycle Campaign on Saturday 19th November. More information and tickets (£15/£10) available here.

2016 AGM

This year's Cyclenation AGM will be held on Saturday March 12, before Easter and the election period, in the same venue as last year: The Birmingham and Midland Institute. http://bmi.org.uk/

The formal AGM itself will be from approximately 1pm-3pm, and we plan to have a workshop or presentation from 11am with activities until 5.30pm for those who are able to arrive earlier and/or stay later.

Please save the date and start making your travel arrangements!

We hope to see you in Birmingham on March 12

 

October Newsletter Out Now

Read the latest Cyclenation newsletter and sign up for future newsletters.

2015 Campaigners' Conference

This year's joint Cyclenation-CTC conference will be hosted by Merseyside Cycling Campaign on Saturday 24th October at Blackburne House in Liverpool. Take a look at the draft programme and book your place (£25/£15) here

May Newsletter Out Now

Read the latest Cyclenation newsletter and sign up for future newsletters.

The Core City Campaign Groups Write to Robert Goodwill

The Core City Campaign groups, representing the cities that received Cycle City Ambition money, have written to Robert Goodwill, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport with responsibility for cycling, about the issues these cities have faced. 

You can read the letter here.

Report from 2014 EGM and Annual Conference

A brief report, containing links to download the presentations, can be found here.

 

Formal notice of EGM motions and member status with contact information (at 31/10/2014)

Please find the above information here.

Making Space for Cycling Website is Live

Our guide to high quality cycling facilities is available on a website and as a pdf here

Printed copies have been distributed to groups and are being sent to decision makers in councils and developers for them to keep as reference copies. 

Many thanks to Cambridge Cycle Campaign for their assistance in producing this guide. 

 

Space 4 Cycling goes national

The national S4C site www.space4cycling.org.uk has gone live today (14th April). CTC president Jon Snow has made a promo video for Space for Cycling which you can see here.

There is also a space4cycling page on the CTC website and we'll be posting updates on our Cyclenation space4cycling page too.