Publications

Title and Description Publication Date
Cycle Clips
Cycle to Work Day; Cotswold Outdoor; Dead Man Cycling; ABC in Edinburgh; A royal salute; Cycle Campaign News; Cyclenation Conference; ATOC Awards; Freewheeling pub;
August 2015
Cycle Clips
CycleClips is here again, and it's the last week with David Murray as Guest Editor, before Julie is back from the Pyrenees (and claims she needs a new Pair of Knees after all that cycling uphill!)
August 2015
Cycle Clips
In this week’s CycleClips: We Rode London, our Great Tour gets even greater, Cycle to Work Day, and our CTC conference is calling.
August 2015
Cycle Clips
In this issue: The Boris Backie; Froome for Improvement at DfT; It's a Great Tour; The Ultimate Urban Rider; Cycle Show; Wheels Up for BSL; Ride like Billie; CWIS one step closer and EU Maps better policy progress for cycling.
July 2015
Cycle Clips
In this issue: Win the Grand Tour Cookbook; Share a love of cycling with the Inclusive Cycling Network; Big Bike Bash; Where can you ride through ride?; Touring in a land Down Under; Cycle babble; The unReal mountain bike movie; Capital investments in London; Vacancies at CTC.
July 2015
Cycle Clips
Catch up with all the latest news and views on cycling in this week's CycleClips.
July 2015
Cycle Clips
This week's CycleClips: Tour de France, Remembering John Radford, Moving Mountains in Afghanistan, Thrive, Roman's Holiday, Steve Abraham, Can a bike ride itself, Life in the slow lane, Second hand rides!
July 2015
Cycle Clips
In this issue: Countrywide Great Tour - fundraise for CTC; Lorry operator banned; Toxic talk in The Guardian; London's Summer of Cycling; How to keep your cool; McBike; Vittorio Brumotti; Martyn Ashton Back on Track; Volunteer for RideLondon.
July 2015
Cycle Clips
In CycleClips: Goodwill towards cycling; Thrive on your bike; Happy Birthday to us; Melting moments and more
June 2015
Cycle Clips
It's a busy weekend: this Sunday marks the end of Bike Week 2015, with events taking place right up to the end of September and beyond! After a two-year break, The York Rally is back this weekend, the Aviva Women’s Tour of Britain wraps up on Sunday in Hertfordshire and we're in Bakewell at Eroica.
June 2015

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