Unsurfaced highways shared with motor vehicles - 27 Feb 2015 - Campaigning Views
Not all unsurfaced highways are robust enough for use by motor vehicles. Ruts and mud, for example, can make them difficult or impossible for cycling.

Rights of Way Improvement Plans (England & Wales) - 12 Feb 2015 - Campaigning Views
By law, local authorities must develop Rights of Way Improvement Plans (RoWIPs). The plans are a good way of improving opportunities for cycling off-road.

Scotland's Land Reform Act has opened up the countryside for walking and cycling. The rest of the UK should follow its example.

Bridleways and byways need to be kept clear of obstructions and in a good state of repair, so that cyclists can enjoy their off-road rides.

Local Access Forums (England & Wales) - 16 Jan 2015 - Campaigning Views
Local Access Forums (set up by local authorities to bring together people and groups interested in public rights of way) should work towards developing the network for cycling.

Changing the status of rights of way (England & Wales) - 24 Dec 2014 - Campaigning Views
Find out why it's important to open up more of the rights of way network for cycling, what the legal process is and how it needs improving.

Public Footpaths (England & Wales) - 24 Dec 2014 - Campaigning Views
Cycling on footpaths is not a legal right, but many are entirely suitable and form good links. Opening them up to cyclists would enhance the network of motor-traffic free routes.

The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' consultation on the processes for recording, diverting and extinguishing public rights of way (England) is a chance to suggest ways to make it easier for cyclists to engage with the system and help open more of the countryside for cycling.

Do you ride - or want to ride - on a particular path, but can't tell whether you're allowed to do so? Does your favourite bridleway suddenly turn into a footpath and you wish it didn't? Do you want to do something about it? Read on...

Off-Road Group Riding - 20 Feb 2012 - Article
Group riding off-road is great – unless someone gets lost… CTC Off-road’s Dan Cook suggests ways to stay together and, at worst, regroup.

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