SUMMER IS FAST approaching but that doesn’t mean you won’t be riding in the rain from time to time.
The Minister for Tourism, Sport and Transport, Michael Ring, commended everyone who played their part in the development of the new Killaspugbrone Trail in Strandhill, at the launch of the walk-way
The Irish Cycling Show is taking place at the RDS, Dublin.
Ramps to divide walkers and cyclists on Dublin Bay route.
Council remained concerned about number of ‘conflict points’ on proposed coastal path.
Plans to develop a cross-border “Greenway” which would allow cyclists and walkers to travel from near Strabane to the Barnesmore Gap are gaining momentum.
Large fleet operator – Musgrave Retail Partners Ireland, renowned city centre school – Belvedere College, An Taisce Green-Schools and Cyclist.ie, the Irish cycling advocacy network, will run a demo
Dublin Cycling Campaign receives frequent queries (from research students and other members of the public) in regard to the growth of cycling in Dublin city.
Dublin Cycling Campaign had its most colourful presence ever in the parade with around 80 taking part: 30+ adults on Dublin Bikes, 25+ on cargo-bikes / bikes with trailers (including young children
If you’ve a few spare moments, you might like to complete a survey on the behaviour of cyclists for Matthew Richardson (an
For the 6th year in succession Dublin Cycling Campaign has been invited to Cyclize the St.
Over the coming weeks, Dublin Cycling Campaign’s sub-group focusing on ‘City Centre’ issues will be examining carefully proposals that Dublin City Council will be releasing in regard the Quay
In time honoured fashion the Minister for Transport Tourism & Sport (DTTAS) has issued a ‘Good News’ press release early in the New Year, this
Press release issued 17th February for immediate use to coincide with Jake’s Legacy vigil at Leinster House gate from Sun 15th to Wed 18th Feb.
Congratulations to all of the prize-winners at the packed Dublin Cycling Campaign lecture on ‘Tackling Bike Theft’ on Monday last.
David Timoney of the Dublin Cycling Campaign goes on the air with Morning Ireland to talk about Bike Theft.
A survey by Dublin Cycling Campaign shows that one in 6 people who have had a bicycle stolen do not return to cycling, and a further 26% reduce their cycling habits as a result of theft.
The Jake’s Legacy campaign was set up to promote increased safety on roads for cyclists and pedestrians, after 6 year old Jake Brennan died after he was knocked down by a car outside his fami
Dublin Cycling Campaign has been working on behalf of the capital’s cyclists since 1993 and overall we have made pretty good progress in bringing the bicycle in from the margins of transport thinki
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