York Cycle Campaign is a volunteer-run community group.  We aim to be the voice for all cyclists in York.

YCC was originally formed in the 1980s but in recent years had became somewhat dormant.  In 2017, aware that cycling facilities in York had an awful lot to be desired, a group of enthusiastic people resurrected the campaign into what you see today.  With its relatively flat geography, small city centre, and unique layout, we believe that York should be one of Britain’s premiere cycling cities.  However, its lack of connected, reliable infrastructure prevents it from reaching its full potential.

As York residents and keen cyclists from all walks of life, we are passionate about fixing the practical issues which stop people hopping on their bikes without concern.  Our goal is for more locals and visitors to choose cycling as the most obvious and sensible way of traversing the city… not to mention easy, low-risk, stress-free, and enjoyable!

Our members are diverse in where they live and why they cycle, but we can never be too representative.  So if you think that your needs aren’t being covered, please get in touch.

Ultimately, York Cycle Campaign want cycling in York to be safe, convenient, and accessible to all.

You can join the Campaign as an individual or a corporation, more details can be found on our Join Us page.

For more information, visit our Twitter feed and our Facebook page.

For press enquiries, please email our Communications Officer, Robyn Jankel.