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As part of a long-term strategy of investment in the West of England in transport infrastructure, building on previous successes developed through central government funded initiatives such as Cycling City…
Bristol Cycle Strategy has published its strategic aims and priority areas for investment and approach to key challenges and targets for cycling in Bristol. It is a vibrant and accessible document designed to encourage…
Sustrans and Bristol City Council have been collaborating with seven cities in the UK – Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Greater Manchester and Newcastle – to report on progress towards making cycling an…
Between June 2008 and March 2011 Bristol and South Gloucestershire Councils embarked on a major project to get thousands more people back on their bikes. A number of projects helped…
Deter cycle thieves and increase the chance of being reunited with your stolen bikes. Come along to one of the following events in N Somerset to get your bike registered for free. #cyclesecurity
New year, new bike – make sure you get it marked!
Save the date! Cycle Forum, Bristol - Thursday 14 December (6-8pm), City Hall, College Green.
Preview and review Bristol City projects related to cycling. Both cyclists and non-cyclists are welcome. bristol.gov.uk/streets-travel… #cycling #bristol
Better By Bike
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Deter the cycle thieves and increase your chance of being reunited with your stolen bikes. Come along to one of the following events in N Somerset to get your bike registered for free. Events will be held at railway stations between 3 - 6pm:Tuesday 16 January – Nailsea and BackwellWednesday 17 January – WorleThursday 18 January – Weston-super-Mare.Find out more:betterbybike.info/news/new-year-new-bike-make-sure-get-marked ... See MoreSee Less
New year, new bike - make sure you get it marked! - Better By Bike
Residents are being given the chance by North Somerset Council to get their bicycle marked and its details registered on the national cycle database used b
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We are seeing more women cycling in Bristol, but there’s still a long way to go - Better By Bike
From protected bike lanes to social justice. As part of Bike Life, Bristol-based environmentalist and founder of Kidical Mass Zoe Banks Gross highlights th
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