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Southampton Cycling Campaign has been working hard for over 30 years to promote cycling in the city and surrounding areas. It has not always been easy with the rise of the car as the dominant form of transport in many cities including Southampton. But every modern city that is looking towards a sustainable vibrant future has now realised that cycling plays a key role in creating a clean, modern liveable environment where people come before cars.
Want help with cycling?
- Safer routes around the city
- Repair shops
- Buying a second hand bike
- Keeping your bike safe
- Reporting problems on your route
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Let us know your area on Southampton and someone local will get back to you with free advice.
- Minutes from July 2021 MeetingThe minutes from the July 2021 meeting are now available to download
- Newsletter June 2021Southampton Cycling Campaign Newsletter – June 2021 If you do one thing… Cycle Campaign Picnics: join us at next one this Monday Cycle Campaign Rides: join us at next one this Sunday Cycle Campaign info If you do one thing: Before Friday June 25th could you respond to the consultation about free parking in town after 6pm. It is just one box for comments and a tick to object: https://transport.southampton.gov.uk/tro?fbclid=IwAR3ZIbQH17VISgmeo8m9SEOF0VIYtI20woOlss4moyFVNVysbE9PeS0HBEA You could make point that a third of people don’t have cars, and many choose not to drive into town anyway. More (covered) bike parking and reduced bus fares would
- Sunday 20th June: ride to Bishops WalthamOn Sunday 20th June there will be a Campaign ride to Bishops Waltham, leaving Riverside Park (by Cobden Bridge) at 10 am. Route out via Cutbush Lane, Barbe Baker Ave, Burnetts Lane, Stapleford Lane, Durley Mill, Curdridge Lane and Waltham Chase; return via Durley Street, Durley and Horton Heath. Coffee and cake stop at Bishops Waltham. If weather inclement, we can shorten the ride , stopping at the Robin Hood in Durley and returning from here. If heavy rain/thunderstorms, we will cancel – check emails 9 am Sunday morning if in doubt. More info from Lindsi Bluemel email@example.com Thanks, Lindsi
- Minutes from June 2021 MeetingThe minutes from the June 2021 meeting are now available to download
- Newsletter May 2021Southampton Cycling Campaign Newsletter If you do one thing… Cycle Campaign Rides Twitter Routes Should I attend a meeting? Welcome to the May 2021 Southampton Cycle Campaign newsletter. We hope you are all well and able to keep cycling. The next Southampton Cycling Campaign meeting is on Zoom on Monday 14th June at 7:30pm. We now just suggest donations instead of membership fees, so if you have a regular payment to us please feel free to leave it or alter it. Do forward this newsletter to others who may be interested in joining, as we’d love to gain more members.
- Cycling for BeginnersCycling is a truly invigorating and liberating experience, enjoyed by people of all ages and from all walks of life. Whether you’re cycling to work, to school, to the shops or just for fun, the humble bicycle is an easy way to get more active. The NHS has created a useful guide designed to make cycling a safe and enjoyable experience for beginners, and provide you with tips on staying motivated.
Two members of the Cycling Campaign were recently interviewed about their experiences of cycling in Southampton by South Today .
Minutes of monthly meetings, details of stalls, events and rides
- Minutes from July 2021 Meeting
- Minutes from June 2021 Meeting
- Minutes from May 2021 Meeting
- Minutes from April 2021 Meeting
- Minutes from March 2021 AGM Meeting
Our regular monthly rides
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