Dublin Cycling Campaign’s AGM takes place on Monday 14th July @ 7pm. DCC has grown to become one of the most vibrant campaigning bodies in Dublin and we are succeeding in bringing about positive change in the city. Do come along to the AGM and contribute your energy and ideas to our work. This event also doubles-up as one of our main social events of the year. Not to be missed!
Join us for our Annual General Meeting where we will give an overview of our activities over the last year and elect the people to lead the campaign in 2014/15. Come along and tell us what you think the campaign should focus on over the next year and find out how you can get more involved.
The Bikeweek Photo Exhibition will be on display and there will be a prizegiving for the winners of the Bikeweek Photo Competition.
Dublin Park(ing) Day 2013 is back!
Dublin Park(ing) Day is taking place at various locations around Dublin City on Friday 20st of September 2013 from 10:00am - 5:30pm.
Park(ing) Day is a global event which transforms on-street car parking spaces into public open spaces for one day. Car parking spaces around the city – from Arbour Hill to Portobello and right through the city centre – will be converted into temporary public parks.
This Thursday 31st Dublin’s first Halloween-Samhain night time cycle will take place! A perfect opportunity to start the evening parading around the city in two wheels and spooky outfits! We’ll meet at 6.45pm at the Grafton Street entrance of St Stephen’s Green to go for a cycle around Dublin. A free set of bike lights for everyone that turns up on a bike in costume! and special prizes for the most ghastly, gruesome and ghoulish outfits!!
The Dublin Cycling Campaign has led a short social cycle along the Royal Canal as part of the Royal Canal Celebration Day.
The first Irish Cargo Bike Championships took place in June 2013 as part of National Bike Week.
We look forward to hearing of plans of the 2014 Championships!
Fun exciting cycling event!
It’s time once again for the Bicycle Christmas Party! Taking place this year on Fri 14/December in Rothar Café, Fade Street, just off South Great Georges Street. Do swing by over the course of the evening, catch up with the campaigners and treat yourself (or your loved ones) to our gorgeous Dublin Cycling Campaign T-shirts (see below). BYOB plus mulled wine and fancy nibbles will be available on the night. If you come to just one Campaign event (or just one Christmas party) this year, make it the Bicycle Christmas Party!
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