All the latest cycling news from CTC

21 December 2015 - 5:07pm
The year in numbers - what CTC has achieved in 2015 with the help of our volunteers
Stevenage and N. Herts CTC ride by John Crouch
CTC is an independent charity whose activities reflect the commitment of our members, volunteers and partners to make a lasting difference to the lives of individuals and communities by supporting people to cycle and keep cycling. Without the help of our amazing volunteers, we would not be able to achieve this goal. Thank you!
18 December 2015 - 9:30am
CTC's Roger dedicates MBE to volunteers and campaigners
Roger Geffen (centre)
CTC’s Roger Geffen says he wants his MBE, which he collects at Buckingham Palace today (Friday 18 December), to be shared with all cycling volunteers and campaigners in the UK.
17 December 2015 - 12:12pm
Reallocate road funding for cycling says CTC
Palace of Westminster at Christmas
As the Government publishes its mission statement for the forthcoming Cycling and Walking Strategy (CWIS), CTC the national cycling charity questions the Government’s overall commitment to meet the aspirations outlined today.
7 December 2015 - 2:51pm
Curfew in 'seven second' cyclist's death by careless driving case
Gold Scales of Justice picture
Driver Derek Edward Chenney has been sentenced to a curfew order and a two year driving disqualification after admitting to causing the death of head teacher Paul Miller by careless driving. Chenney drove into the illuminated cyclist, having failed to see him for seven seconds. But why was he charged with 'careless' rather than 'dangerous' driving?
4 December 2015 - 10:06am
CTC calls for safer Oxford cycle crossing
'Potentially lethal' Oxford cycle crossing
Nearly 700 cyclists have signed a petition spearheaded by CTC Councillor Graham Smith calling for Oxfordshire County Council to redesign a “potentially lethal” crossing facility for bikes in Oxford.
30 November 2015 - 1:32pm
Judge Enright gets it just right
Scales of justice
At last, a senior member of the legal profession showing sympathy for a cyclist. CTC is delighted to draw attention to the comments of Judge Sean Enright in the case of a tailgating lorry driver who pushed over an elderly cyclist, breaking his leg.
27 November 2015 - 3:11pm
CTC tells Parliament and radio: We need lorry safety
While total police numbers are down 3.5%, roads police officers are down by 37%
CTC has marked Road Safety Week with two appearances in Parliament and one on Radio 4, calling for action to reduce lorry danger
25 November 2015 - 2:51pm
“PM’s ‘Cycling Revolution’ punctured by Osborne”
Palace at Westminster
Chancellor George Osborne today announced in his Autumn Statement that just £300m will be available for cycling over duration of this Parliament. At just £60m per year, this is a staggering 58% cut compared with the current year's projected spending of £142m.
25 November 2015 - 12:36pm
Celebration for cycling in Brighton, but UK future unclear
Space for Cycling ride in Brighton at the Labour Party Conference in September 2
Brighton and Hove has become the first non-London council formally to sign up to the Space for Cycling campaign promoted by CTC.
24 November 2015 - 4:38pm
It’s you! Gloucester cyclists have a lotto birthday luck
Gloucester City Cycling Club
Members of Gloucester City Cycling Club have been given a lotto help as they prepare to celebrate the club’s 125th birthday next year – in the form of a £9,500 windfall from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
24 November 2015 - 10:50am
CTC: Get tough on dodgy drivers and lorry operators
police car and cyclist
CTC has urged MPs to support increased resources for roads policing to improve safety for all road users. CTC’s Policy Director Roger Geffen told the Commons Transport Select Committee that cycle use has grown slowly but steadily since the late 1990s, but the risk per mile of a serious cycling injury started to increase from 2008.
19 November 2015 - 3:47pm
CTC supports MPs' call on Funding for Cycling
Dr Sarah Wollaston MP in Manchester at Conservative Party Conference
Transport funding will face further cuts of 30% over the next four years, and cycling is a likely candidate subsequently to suffer. We need your help to make sure this doesn’t happen.
17 November 2015 - 10:33am
HGV operator loses licence after cyclists' deaths
Lands End 2013 Signpost
Traffic Commissioner Sarah Bell has revoked the HGV operator's licence for Frys Logistics Limited, saying it put profit before the law with a lack of regard to the rules which contributed to the death of End-to-End cyclists Andrew McMenigall and Toby Wallace 28 months ago.
16 November 2015 - 2:53pm
Come and meet CTC Cymru
Welsh flag
CTC Cymru represents members living in Wales, and its AGM is a chance to meet the CTC Councillor for Wales, Gwenda Owen, along with the Cymru committee. Come along to find out what CTC's been up to and have your say on what we should be doing next.
13 November 2015 - 6:40pm
It was CTC wot won it! Eurostar in U-turn
eurostar
CTC is celebrating after Eurostar backed down over its controversial plans to make cyclists box up their bikes thanks to our 'Zero Stars for Eurostar' campaign.
13 November 2015 - 3:03pm
Win tickets to a Cycle Revolution!
Bradley Wiggins
Fancy the chance to win tickets for the Cycle Revolution exhibition at London's Design Museum? Then enter our great competition now!
13 November 2015 - 2:40pm
CTC concern over Coroner's inquest into cyclist death
Road Peace Memorial
CTC is concerned that a Coroner appears to have accepted police speculation that a lorry driver who drove into and ran over a cyclist would not have expected him to be on that road.
12 November 2015 - 3:11pm
Driver pleads guilty to causing John Radford's death
Picture of former CTC Councillor John Radford about to go cycling
The family of former CTC Councillor John Radford are one step closer on the road to justice after Michael Gledhill pleaded guilty to causing his death by dangerous driving. Sentence has been adjourned to January 2016, 30 months on from the road rage incident.
11 November 2015 - 10:34am
Lest we forget: CTC, cyclists and war
First World War cyclists' battalion
As the nation fell silent for two minutes to commemorate Armistice Day, CTC remembered the thousands of cyclists who went to war – many never to return.
10 November 2015 - 11:23am
CTC win! Victims of road crime gain equal rights
Royal Courts of Justice. Photo by Cindy Andie Flickr (CC)
Earlier this year, CTC campaigned for changes to the Victims' Code to secure equal rights for victims of road crime. 1800 people contacted the Government within three days to support CTC's proposals within the Government's consultation, many of which are to be implemented later this month.

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