Campaigning Skills and Tactics

This is where you can find articles discussing general skills and tactics for cycle campaigners. Please read through this if you're a new Right to Ride rep, even if you are already an experienced campaigner.

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This information sheet is aimed at getting you started; it encourages you to set your own objectives for your local area and to draw up a plan of action on how to meet those objectives.
The old saying 'strength in numbers' is an old saying for a reason. Find out some good tips on how to get others involved with your campaign.
You have successfully established a group ... now what? This article contains advice on how to keep the energy high and the members coming back meeting after meeting.
You have successfully established a group ... now what? This briefing contains advice on how to keep the energy high as well as building relationships with Cycling Officers and those who have responsibility for cycling as part of their role locally.
Writing a letter to your local authority may be useful, but there are many other ways to affect change. This briefing lays out a few of them.
A major part of campaigning in this day and age involves working with the media. If you read only one briefing, this should be it.

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