Promotion and Encouragement

The Innerleithen Uplift project has been in the pipeline for a while now, and, like all of these projects, there are many unforeseen challenges and hurdles. The guys at AimUp have their eyes set on a big prize though, and the Tweed Love Bike Festival was a good time to catch up on progress.

 
 
Mechanics Abbi and Katy with a happy customer
Belles on Bikes - supporting women in Scotland to cycle for leisure, transport and sport

 
 
Zara enjoying a Sheffield Freedom Disability Cycling Day
CTC is delighted to have been awarded £590,000 from Big Lottery Fund to enable over 1000 more people with disabilities to enjoy cycling.

 
 
Chris Boardman, MP Julian Huppert, Dr Sarah Wollaston and Ian Austin
Six weeks of oral evidence, hundreds of written pages, and the report is out. CTC welcomes its publication and urges the Government to implement its 18 recommendations

 
 
Riders from Cycle Bristol
Are you one of CTC’s valued volunteers and active within a local group? Would you like to share the secrets of your success with others? Would you like some help to resolve issues affecting your group?

 
 
The Building a Better Future for Young People initiative gives two University of Reading students experience of promoting cycling. Megan Hardeman explains how working with CTC is helping to improve her CV.

 
 
UCL researchers are launching a study into the effects of cycling on health
Researchers from University College London are asking for your help to learn more about cycling and health by entering a new study.

 
 
Way of the Roses sign
Free cycle training in West Yorkshire! - 24 Jan 2013 - Case Study
David Hall from West Yorkshire has benefited from free adult cycle training and now he is such a confident cyclist he's getting ready to ride the 'Way of the Roses'.

 
 
Cyclists riding through a park in central Manchester
Seamus Kelly, Cycling Development Officer, is working with TFGM's cycling team to support business engagement and community development programmes.

 
 
Fewer young people are learning to drive
Young people are driving less - 21 Dec 2012 - Blog
The number of driving licence holders in Britain has fallen for the first time in decades, according to the National Travel Survey. The biggest changes, however, are in the different age groups. Fewer young people are obtaining licences, but the number of older people with licences is growing.

 
 
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