Providing Bikeability cycle training is crucial to create a cycling culture
Put cycling on the National Curriculum News
Although cycling is the third most popular activity amongst children and a crucial life skill, only half of all children have access to good quality Bikeability cycle training. CTC members have urging that all schools provide cycle training as part of the National Curriculum.
Wiggins winning the Olympics Time Trial
The Olympics and me Blog
Just a few seconds into watching the Olympics and I can’t help rewinding to sports and games at school, but before I tell you whether my mind finds any pleasure in these reflections, I must state that I’m all for physical activity as part of school-life and wish it well.
Children cycling to school
Cycle-friendly schools and colleges (CTC views) Campaigning Views
Schools and colleges should encourage cycling because it's good both for children and for the local and wider environment.
Mike McKillen, Mai-Britt Kristensen and Roger Geffen at Stormont castle
Talking cycling to Northern Ireland’s politicians, planners and the public Blog
Wednesday was one of the most meeting-packed days I can remember, with 2 Ministers, one parliamentary select committee, a presentation to some traffic planners, a visit to a cycle-friendly school and a public meeting all in one day!
CTC web chat - your questions answered News
CTC’s Chief Exec, Gordon Seabright, and other staff responded to your questions during a live web chat on 21 June. Questions were sent in through Twitter, Facebook and emails. Answers can be found below.
Sam O'Shea
Is this the worst school in the UK for cycling? News
Eleven-year-old Sam O’Shea has spent the entire year campaigning to be able to cycle to St Paul’s Primary School in Portsmouth. He has gone to great lengths to convince his school it should be encouraging, not banning, cycling.

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