All the latest cycling news from CTC

28 November 2013 - 10:30am
CPS drops fixed penalty notice prosecution
Alex hopes the decision encourages police not to always resort to FPNs
This week the Crown Prosecution Service discontinued proceedings against a cyclist for failing to stop at a red light.
26 November 2013 - 3:59pm
Access to MoD land for cyclists - the big picture
MOD Access Signage
Surrey and Hampshire cyclists are finding that the MoD (Ministry of Defence) are increasingly restricting access to their land for cyclists (and also making life much harder for horseriders and walkers). Is this happening in other parts of the country?
21 November 2013 - 3:08pm
Inaugural CTC Dalby event ‘The Housedale Hustle’ proves popular.
Junior rider tackles the Housedale hill climb photo courtesy of www.cattopham.co
Having run a wealth of MTB related courses from the CTC Centre of Excellence, the Dalby Bike Barn team were pleased with the response to their first road event in the picturesque Yorkshire forest.
19 November 2013 - 6:58pm
CTC urges supporters to email Boris Johnson demanding he tackle lorry danger
Lorries pose a serious risk to cyclists in urban areas
CTC, the national cycling charity, is urging its members and supporters to write to the Mayor of London, demanding that he takes urgent action to stop lorries killing cyclists and pedestrians in the capital.
15 November 2013 - 11:53am
Hold hauliers to account over cyclist fatalities, says CTC
CTC has today written to urge the Transport Minister to adopt a dramatic new approach over cyclist fatalities that involve HGVs. It's cost-free and needs no legislation, but will put vulnerable road users at the front of the minds of those running the haulage industry.
14 November 2013 - 12:08pm
CTC condemns rising toll of cyclists' deaths in London
A 'ghost bike' at the Bow Roundabout: photo by Diamond Geezer (Creative Commons)
CTC demands action on cyclists’ safety in London after a fifth cyclist is killed in ten days on the capital’s roads.
14 November 2013 - 12:01pm
CTC condemns rising cyclists' death toll in London.
CTC, the national cycling charity demands action on cyclists’ safety in London after fifth cyclist is killed in ten days on the capital’s roads.
11 November 2013 - 4:17pm
CTC takes key role in 'Cycle Yorkshire' legacy launch
Dean and Russell Downing
Pupils at a Wakefield school have met Yorkshire pro cycling brothers Dean and Russell Downing as part of the launch of 'Cycle Yorkshire'. The organisation has been set up to make the most of welcoming the Tour de France Grand Départ to the county next year.
8 November 2013 - 5:25pm
We will remember them...
May 1921 cyclists gather to unveil the War Memorial at Meriden
Not only on Remembrance Sunday but also in May 2014, CTC will remember the thousands of cyclists who gave their lives in WW1 and in conflicts since.
7 November 2013 - 10:51pm
Government planning to fail on cycling
Transport Model forecast for cycling 2010-2040
Despite huge public and cross-party parliamentary support for substantially increased cycle use between now and 2050, the Government is expecting cycle use to FALL between 2015 and 2025, with little change between then and 2040.
7 November 2013 - 4:50pm
Injuries to cyclists 12% higher than similar period last year
Both casualties and use have risen sharply
The numbers of cyclists injured in spring has risen to an estimated 4,990, some 12% higher than a similar estimate made last year. Taking the last 4 quarters against the previous 4 quarters, however, it is estimated that there has been no substantial change in cycle casualties.
7 November 2013 - 2:17pm
Triathlon England brings in CTC, the national Cycling Charity to train ride leaders.
CTC's Greg Woodford designed bespoke Club Leader Course for Triathlon England
Triathlon England has chosen CTC, the national cycling charity, to design a training course for volunteer ride leaders.
7 November 2013 - 1:17pm
Triathlon England brings in CTC, the national Cycling Charity to train ride leaders.
Triathlon England has chosen CTC, the national cycling charity to design a training course for volunteer ride leaders.
7 November 2013 - 1:15pm
CTC releases map showing police commitment to cycle safety in England and Wales
The Road Justice campaign, led by CTC, the national cycling charity, and sponsored by Slater & Gordon Lawyers, has published a map on the campaign website - roadjustice.org.uk - showing which police forces in England and Wales are committed to improving road safety for cyclists.
4 November 2013 - 4:24pm
CTC's 'Bard on a Bike' helps get Rochdale cycling.
The Larks poem by CTC Development Officer and poet Seamus Kelly
With the 40km Connect2 network well established around Rochdale, CTC’s local Cycling Development Officer Seamus Kelly decided to use poetry to revive interest in cycling along the routes.
1 November 2013 - 11:30am
New section of cycle route for Snowdonia
Cutting the ribbon on the new route
CTC attended the opening last week of a new section of Lôn Gwyrfai, a cycling and walking route linking Caernarfon to Waunfawr. The new section joins Rhyd Ddu to Beddgelert.
31 October 2013 - 10:57am
Road Justice reveals which police forces are committed to road safety for cyclists
The map shows police responses to the Road Justice report
The Road Justice campaign, led by CTC and sponsored by Slater & Gordon Lawyers, has published a map showing which police forces are committed to improving road safety for cyclists.
31 October 2013 - 9:57am
Scots MSPs support cycle safety as Minister keeps open 'presumed liability' debate
The Roadshare Campaign for presumed liability in Scotland
MSPs from the SNP and Conservative parties join Greens in calling for a positive debate on continental-style 'presumed liability' rules, which also revealed strong cross-party support for investment in cycling and improved cyclists' safety.
29 October 2013 - 9:28am
CTC President Jon Snow to chair Cycling Scotland Conference
Jon Snow, CTC President
Cycling Scotland's annual conference will take place this year on November 8 at the iconic Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow.
28 October 2013 - 6:57pm
CTC calls for swift progress as McLoughlin promises 'cycle-proofing' action
Rule changes are urgently needed so UK cycle tracks can have the same ju
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has told cycling champion Chris Boardman that his department will do all it can to let councils introduce Dutch-style segregated cycle provision, while the Highways Agency has promised to review the cycling sections of its design guidance.

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