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  • Barnet Cyclists

    Barnet Cyclists is the local branch of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC). The group has about 300 members of all ages and abilities and includes commuter, utility, sport and leisure cyclists. Our aim is to encourage more active, healthy forms of travel and, in particular, to get people out on their bicycles and riding on the roads in, and through Barnet. We campaign for good quality, safe,...

    This Cyclescape group is for members of Barnet Cyclists who are keen to campaign for improved cyc...

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  • Rushmoor Cycle Forum

    The Rushmoor Cycle Forum is a varied cross-section of Rushmoor residents/employees linked by a desire to facilitate the use of bikes for recreation and as a means of transport.

    We meet regularly with officers from Rushmoor Borough Council and Hampshire County Council to discuss issues concerning cyclists and pedestrians in the area.

    More information at

    This CycleScape group is for members of the Rushmoor Cycle Forum. If you wish to join the group, ...

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  • Epping Forest Transport Action Group

    EFTAG Cycling, part of the Epping Forest Transport Action Group, is the cycling campaign for Epping Forest.

    We campaign for safer cycling facilities for all kinds of people on bikes, working with others to promote this healthy, convenient and cost-effective form of transport. We want a better cycling environment across the district: for getting to shops, schools or work, as well as for leisu...

    You can also sign up for our email list at

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  • Plymouth Cycle Campaign

    This is the Plymouth Cycling Campaign's Cyclescape page. The area for which we'd get alerts extends to well outside Plymouth, to include roads that Plymouth cyclists may often be riding on.

    Also see our main web site at

    The Plymouth Cycling Campaign needs you! What do you as a cyclist or interested party want to see the Campaign focus on, i.e. better c...

  • The Otter Trail (Devon)

    Pupils at The King’s School. Ottery are proposing a new cycleway follow the old railway track starting at Feniton, through Ottery and Tipton St John and finishing at Sidmouth.

  • Southwark Cyclists

    A local campaigning group of the London Cycling Campaign based in the London borough of Southwark.

    This group is used to identify improvements that could make cycling more fun, attractive and safe in the borough.

  • Abergavenny Cycle Group

    This is the Cyclescape page for the Abergavenny Cycle Group. It's the place where we discuss practical steps needed to make the roads in and Abergavenny more inviting places for cycling. To get involved create an account on Cyclescape (click on Sign In, at the top right of the screen) and request to join this group.

    The main Abergavenny Cycle Group website, with information about social rid...

  • Newcycling - Newcastle Cycling Campaign

    We know from speaking to local people, that many don't cycle because of the aggressive traffic and road environments. Yet, most quite like the idea of cycling to get around. We are lobbying for a better Newcastle putting people, not cars, at the city's heart.

    Get logging. Add those transport hotspots and cycle infrastructure failings to the map, for everyone to see. So we can discuss them an...

    Becoming a member of the Newcycling is easy. It's free, just fill in a short form http://newcycli...

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  • Waverley Cycling Forum

    The Waverley Cycle Forum has been in existence since 1998.
    Developing Cycle strategy from Waverley's councillors, engineers and cyclists..

    In the past, it has attempted to bring considerable cycling knowledge, experience and common sense to the local authorities and related bodies to assist them in creating and refining the cycling developments and problems that occur within the overall ar...

  • South East Hampshire (Waterlooville, Denmead,Clanfield)

    Group covering South East Hampshire (Denmead, Clanfield, Wickham, Hambledon, Purbrook, Waterlooville).

    Borders the Havant & Hayling CTC group to the east and PompeyBUG /Portsmouth group to the south.
    No knowledge of group around petersfield/Meons to the north, or Further West.

  • Ealing Cycling Campaign

    We are the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. We campaign to improve conditions for cyclists in Ealing. We have regular meetings with the council where we raise cycling issues. Please join this group to report an issue, or comment on issues already listed.
    For more information about us, see our website at:

  • LCC Junction Review Group

    London Cycling Campaign (LCC) Junction Review Group. As part of TfL's junction review/better junctions group.

    Only LCC members and other invitees who are involved with the junction review process within London.

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  • Bradford Cycling Campaign

    Bradford Cycling Campaign aims to make Bradford a City of Cycling by encouraging cycle friendliness in the city and campaigning to tackle the obstacles we face such as bad driving, excessive traffic and insufficient infrastructure.

  • Cyclenation

    This is a Cyclescape group where members of Cyclenation groups can discuss matters of national relevance. Local examples may be referenced but should not be the focus of any discussions - please try to focus on issues and factors that have national relevance.

  • Cyclox

    This group is set up to identify issues and problems for cyclists in the Greater Oxford area. Current members are the Cyclox Committee and Cyclox Champions who campaign on local issues in their areas. Other Cyclox members are welcome to join at request.

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