Sorcha de Brún, one of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s members, penned the following seasonal piece for us. Many thanks Sorcha!
Dear Cyclist !
A funny old place is Dundalk,
There seems to be a lot of Pun-talk.
It’s run over by cyclists
Who fancy their biceps,
I think they should dismount and walk!
Paul Rouse, the noted sports historian has written the article below, on cycling in Ireland, in a recent edition of the Examiner newspaper.
We are happy to see a significant proposal for a big improvement not just for cycling, but for walking, public transport and driving.
David O Connor is both a well known lecturer in DIT and a staunch member of Dublin Cycling Campaign.
Fingal County Council (FCC) is the only Local Authority in the County of Dublin that has not appointed a Cycling Officer; nor has it established a Cycle Forum as other Cou
We are delighted to see one of our major national newspapers, the Irish Times, going out to bat for a better future for cycling, and we make no bones about publicising that fact here on our website
In this article below, published on Engineers Ireland website, and submitted as a paper for Veo City Conference 2017 in Nijmegen, Holland, by the Irish engineers involved we see how an amazingly ic
Dublin Cycling Campaign is (we think!) one of the busiest advocacy organisations in the capital.
This afternoon, Dublin City Council’s Strategic Policy Committee on Transport will be debating the latest Option 7 proposal on the proposed Liffey Cycle Route.
What a response from Dublin cyclists to the call-out by Dublin Cycling Campaign for cyclists’ voices to be heard demanding appropriate funding from the overall transport pie!
Dublin Cycling Campaign elected a new Chairperson - Dr. Paul Corcoran - at our recent AGM.
Dublin Cycling Campaign wishes to convey its condolences to the family and friends of Richie Byrne from the Irish mountain-biking community who died over-night.
Check out Dublin Cycling Campaign’s Budget Submission to see what we are looking for from Finance!
Another Electric Picnic has come and gone – with campaigners and artists from the cycling community converging in Stradbally for three days and three long nights of high energy and high brow e
5 Companies have been chosen, from over 20 applicants to spearhead a technical revolution in Dublin to promote greater data collection on cycling and to help grow cycling in Dublin, This is a wond
Get polling to support bike training in schools! It needs to happen, so spread it to your friends as well
For the eighth year in a row, the Amazing Bicycle Zone is back at Electric Picnic, right in the heart of Global Green
Dublin Cyling Campaign are disappointed in the latest option proposed by Dublin City Council for the potentially iconic ‘Liffey Cycle Route’.
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