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Ride for Team CTC in this year's Prudential RideLondon

If you didn't get a place allocated to you from this year's Prudential RideLondon London - Surrey 100 ballot don't worry! Your chance to get in the saddle is still possible with Team CTC.
CTC Crew RideLondon Ride Places

Would you like to be part of the iconic Prudential Ride London-Surrey100 2015?

CTC has a limited number of guaranteed places for this spectacular event, taking place on Sunday 2 August 2015.

To take your place in Team CTC, please enter our ballot for places. We ask you to commit to a minimum raise £300 for CTC. You’ll need to pay an entry fee of £100

As part of the CTC Team for this event, you’ll get:

-        A CTC shirt (once you’ve raised over £100)

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Welsh National Transport Plan needs "cycling facilities"

CTC Cymru has offered its expertise to the Welsh Government on developing effective, economically valuable cycling infrastructure.
Cardiff City Cycle campaigners looking to make Cardiff the Amsterdam of the UK

CTC Cymru has made its official response to the Welsh Government by offering its expertise in developing effective and economically valuable cycling infrastructure, and highlighting that the draft Welsh National Transport Plan is somewhat limited.

As part of the framework of the Wales Transport Strategy, the National Transport Plan focuses on delivering five key priorities:


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CTC Cymru's AGM date announced

Find out what CTC has been up to in Wales over the last year and what its plans are for the future at this year's AGM plus how you can get involved.
The CTC logo in Welsh

CTC Cymru's AGM will take place on Thursday 26 March 2015  at 12 noon at: 

The Old Library, The Hayes, Cardiff, CF10 1BH

All CTC members are welcome to come and hear about what CTC Cymru has been doing over the last year and what we plan to do next. You could even find yourself playing a role in the group as we will be electing key officers to the committee to help take responsibility for CTC’s development in Wales.

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The benefits of local campaigning

We take a brief look at what local campaigners can do to boost political support for cycling in their area.
East Sussex CTC and 1066 Cycle Club writing to councillors

Since last April, over 17,000 emails have been sent to incumbent councillors as part of the national Space for Cycling campaign - calling for safer infrastructure conditions so that people of all ages and abilities can cycle.  In places with strong campaign groups such as Manchester and Newcastle, a huge number of letters have been sent by members of the public and a high proportion of councillors have responded positively. 


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Sportive/Challenge Ride
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Cardiff aims to become UK's Amsterdam

Cardiff Cycle City, the new grassroots movement seeking to make Cardiff the best cycling city in the UK, has today launched the Cardiff City Cycling Manifesto
Cardiff City Cycling

The manifesto was launched at Roald Dahl Plass in Cardiff Bay at noon and detailed eight asks, including 20mph limits across the city, an effective cycle network, and a minimum spend of £15 per head per year.

Cardiff is one of the flattest cities in Britain and has more green space per person than any other UK core city. Between 2001 and 2011, the number of people cycling to work in Cardiff increased by 65 per cent and the council’s current cycling map already plots over 500 miles of recommended cycle routes.

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Presentations from North Wales campaigns training - Llandudno

CTC's North Wales Campaigners Training in Llandudno brought together cyclists from Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Llanberis, Flintshire, Wrexham as well as Cheshire, the Wirral and beyond. The day looked at the Active Travel (Wales) Act as well as the Space for Cycling and Road Justice campaigns.
North Wales Campaigns Training Day

Thanks to Dr Richard Keatinge (Right-to-Ride rep, Anglesey) for an excellent presentation with Roger Geffen on the Active Travel (Wales) Act, as well as a historic overview of cycling in Britain. Many thanks also Gwenda Owen and Roy Spillsbury (CTC-Cymru) for promoting the event so effectively and their contributions.

Paul Gannon wrote some reflections on the Active Travel (Wales) Act and the training day on Cycleablog here.

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