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Act now to Make Trails for Wales!
Trails for Wales
The Welsh Government wants to improve the opportunities to access the outdoors. CTC, together with Open MTB and partners, sees this as a chance to open up the Welsh countryside while also putting...
Shocking violence towards cyclist sparks Met man-hunt
Still of the man captured from the cyclist's helmet cam
The police have released footage of a man who aggressively pushed a female cyclist off her bike into the road in Tower Hamlets, London. The attack was captured on the woman’s helmet cam and has since...
CTC and Cyclenation conference: be part of the largest gathering of cycle campaigners
Annual Cycle Conference
Book your place now! CTC & Cyclenation's annual cycle campaigners' conference 2015,hosted in Liverpool by Merseyside Cycle Campaign on Saturday 24 October. Key speakers and workshop...

Blogs archive

JonSharpe
My Ride to Work: Jonathan Sharpe
Thinking of taking a longer cycling commute? Cycle To Work Day Coordinator Jonathan Sharpe shares his top tips for getting yourself ready for the challenge.
IanTaylor
My Ride to Work: Ian Taylor
Our Cycle To Work Day series continues with Ian Taylor (our IT guru) reflecting on his rides to and from work.
SamJones
My Ride to Work: Sam Jones
As CTC prepares for Cycle to Work day, campaigner Sam Jones blogs on how he started cycling to work 8 years ago and the delights of his ride today.

Case studies archive

Video: Join the Inclusive Cycling Network
CTC cycling Case Study
CTC teamed up with Cycling Projects to promote the largest network of inclusive cycling centres. The centres provide thousands of people with the opportunity to experience cycling whatever their ability.
The Henstones – keeping fit and active as a family
Girl riding a trike
Getting out and being active was a challenge for the Henstone family. All six children have disabilities, so finding something that is suitable isn't easy. Thanks to Cycling4All Shropshire, the family has found a new love for cycling.
Richard's story - renewed confidence outdoors
Richard on a mountain trike out on location
Richard's mobility gradually decreased after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. However, since finding Experience Community mountain trike group, Richard is able to go out for rides with others and rediscover the outdoors.

Publications archive

In this issue: Africa Solo - Cairo to Cape Town Epic, Josie Dew's family adventure, Spa and Surly tourers tested, transport cycling for all, riding the Southern Upland Way.
In this week’s CycleClips: We Rode London, our Great Tour gets even greater, Cycle to Work Day, and our CTC conference is calling.
CycleClips is here again, and it's the last week with David Murray as Guest Editor, before Julie is back from the Pyrenees (and claims she needs a new Pair of Knees after all that cycling uphill...

Articles archive

26 August 2015 - 9:14am
Video: How to teach your child to ride a balance bike
2 year old girl on a balance bike
A balance bike is a great way to get a toddler cycling. Our video shows in simple steps how and why a pedal-less bike is an ideal introduction to cycling. Learning to cycle the CTC way is easy and fun and teaches skills that will last a lifetime.
17 August 2015 - 9:28am
Cycling uphill
Laurie Lambeth Everesting in the Lake District
Cycling uphill is considerably harder than riding on the flat, but most cyclists can’t help themselves. Dave Barter wonders what makes us cycle up steep climbs and meets cyclists who are fast uphills.
11 August 2015 - 11:18am
Great Rides: Cycling in South Holland
The Bell family on their first cycle tour together
CTC member Nigel Bell’s wife and son hadn’t been on a cycle tour before, so they went where the bicycle is king: the intensively cycle-networked Netherlands

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