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’.
Cyclist.ie, in collaboration with An Taisce, made a submission today (Friday 5th August 2016) in regard to the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport’s preparations for a new Statement of
We were saddened to hear last week of the passing of cardiologist and pioneering public health campaigner in Ireland Professor Risteard Mulcahy.
Kudos to software company Zendesk for contacting Dublin Cycling Campaign and arranging a cycle safety talk on Thursday 30 June 2016 in its offices on #1 Gran
As part of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s Bike Week programme, Dr Cara Augustenborg, environmental scientist and activist gave a talk Climate Change - we need to get Real!
Cyclist.ie – The Irish Cycling Advocacy Network outlines what needs to change in relation to getting more commuters using their bikes in a recent article in
Stockholm was the host city for this year’s AGM of the European Cyclists’ Federation – the annual gathering of the member groups of ECF.
Dublin Cycling Campaign applauds Dublin City Council for its vision to dramatically enhance the public realm of College Green by creating a world-class pedestrian plaza and cycle route
And cycling is for everybody, everyday. That was the message at Central Library on Weds April 27th at the opening of the Cyclist.ie exhibition on “everyday” cycling. Dr.
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