Publications

Title and Descriptionsort icon Publication Date
Cycle Clips
Playing games with children's health; bored games; Europe on the MOVE; One steppe beyond; Xcalibre!; September's Digest; Future of York Cycle Show; Cheshire Cash; Leeds the way for conference
September 2013
Cycle Clips
The Twelve Months of CTC; Shed loads of fun; Reinventing the wheel; the bonkers Boris bike ride; Brussels sprouts trees; The wheels and the butterflies; Cycle Digest for December; Time for a tour?; Song cycle
December 2013
Rob Hague in his velomobile
Cycle Clips
An outrageous attack; traffic policing; and a new radio series about cycling are all in this week's edition of CycleClips, CTC's e-newsletter for members.
November 2012
Cycle Clips
The rise and rise of the MAMIL; 'The world's deadliest road'; Forest forum; Guidance for groups'; Bike&Go is go!; Girls allowed at Dalby; Brighton Breezy; the Bridge Street Saddlebag; Come on down to Rogate.
August 2013
Cycle Clips
First class plans for cycling; Life is a bowl of cherries; Female-friendly France; Doubling up; Cycle Digest; Station to station; Increase your visibility; Thanks to you! London Cycles.
July 2013
Cycle Clips
What a liability; We DO pay Road Tax; Need for tweed; Uddar madness; Tack attack; the real Molloy; Support Team CTC; York Cycle Show
April 2013
Cycle Clips
Fixed Penalty Notice trial date fixed; The CTC Survey; Who is the cycling Banksy? Red Bull Rampage; Motorway madness; Naked ambition; PM praises the peloton; Limit lorries says CTC; Scotland's annual Gathering.
October 2013
Cycle Clips
CTC redresses the balance; Lancing the boil of corruption? The roads more travelled; Getting Britain cycling; Around the world with Josie Dew; Orbital Cycling Festival; Volunteer of the Year; Snow mobile
January 2013
Cycle Clips
Jon Snow says 'Get Britain Cycling' in new video; Justice for Audrey - add your voice; Enjoy an Indian summer; The economic cycle; Pinch point; Not such a star, Eurostar; The Brummell Bummel; The only way is Essex
May 2013
Cycle Clips
A tale of two cities; And a tale of two Jeremys; The Quiet Season; Champion the volunteers; Queens of Awesome; Not linking up in Lincoln; pumped up at Aston Hill; VeloFest.
January 2014

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  • Chief Executive: Gordon Seabright
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