11 April 2014 - 5:40pm
Women only Trail Mountain Bike Leader course
CTC are running a women only Trail Leader Award course at Young Bristol in June, so here's your chance to get on the right course, with the right Trainer - Sally Berry - and enjoy it from start to finish!
11 April 2014 - 9:07am
Breach driving ban - go straight to jail!
The case of a driver who avoided jail after breaking a driving ban for the 45th time has shown that current sentencing practice is "farcical" according to CTC, the national cycling charity.
10 April 2014 - 5:04pm
Space for Cycling - your infrastructure photos mapped
Space for Cycling calls on councils to improve our streets so that anyone can cycle anywhere. But what does that mean in practice? CTC wants your photos and examples of infrastructure that's good or bad to explain to councils what works, and what needs improvement.
10 April 2014 - 2:29pm
Get your kids active this summer
As report after report says we are facing an obesity epidemic, many parents are finding it difficult to get their children off the sofa. If you need some ideas check out CTC's range of family-friendly rides and events.
7 April 2014 - 6:30am
Space for Cycling launched in London
London Cycling Campaign has launched its Space for Cycling campaign today (7th April), targeting election candidates in all 624 wards in London with local-specific requests for cycling improvements. CTC will shortly launch a national version of the campaign along with local groups around the UK.
3 April 2014 - 3:57pm
2 million potholes repaired last year
Over £100m was spent filling potholes in England and Wales last year, and over £15m paid out in compensation to those injured or their vehicles damaged, according to new figures from the Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance survey, published today.
1 April 2014 - 5:22pm
Cycle friendly councils plan to leave UK and join the Netherlands
CTC has uncovered astonishing evidence that a group of local authorities are so committed to making things better for cycling that they have begun investigating whether they can formally secede from the United Kingdom and join the Netherlands.
31 March 2014 - 2:45pm
CTC brings the Tour of Britain to the Chilterns
This September, the world's top cyclists will be racing through the Chilterns largely owing to the work of Sara Randle, CTC Senior Development Officer for the Chilterns Sustainable Gateways Project.
26 March 2014 - 4:23pm
CTC Podcast: What did cyclists do in World War 1?
CTC members played a vital role in the battlefields of France as part of a cycling battalion. CTC's special free podcast looks at the contribution made by them and other cyclists during the Great War. Several annual CTC events take place to remember them and other fallen cyclists.
19 March 2014 - 4:50pm
Cycle stars needed for short film
Do you want to be part of Leatherhead's newest cycle film?
CTC and Prudential RideLondon need your help to shoot a short film with a professional production company, Century TV, who film Prudential RideLondon, The Tour of Britain, Tour Series etc.
13 March 2014 - 12:49pm
2000 Miles for Work with No Car? One Bishop Thinks it’s Possible!
Some of us give up things for Lent, chocolate, alcohol, sweets, bad habits like smoking, even curse words are all common in today’s world. We were surprised and pleased to hear that Wiltshire Bishop and CTC member who drives 1500 miles a month for work is giving up his car for the six weeks of Lent.
5 March 2014 - 1:03pm
Cyclist killed due to pothole, says coroner
The cyclist, Martyn Uzzell, hit the pothole in North Yorkshire, and was thrown into the path of an oncoming car. His widow called on the local authority to repair the roads properly in advance of the arrival of le Tour de France in 2014.
5 March 2014 - 10:25am
CTC announces departure of CEO
Chief Executive Gordon Seabright will be leaving CTC at the end of May and heading off to Cornwall.
28 February 2014 - 12:13pm
33 major junctions to be overhauled in London
£300m has been set aside to improve 33 of London's biggest junctions - abandoning earlier plans to spend less on smaller changes at a greater number of junctions.