The new year has certainly blasted in with a few challenges for us, including sub-zero temperatures and icy surfaces to cycle or walk on. Thanks to staff shortages and safety measures, gritting of cycle and footways seems to be left to a few generous volunteers, for whom we are very grateful. But even small areasContinue reading “January 2021 Newsletter”
We’ve got a packed issue for you to bring us to the year end – less than 3 weeks to go and days will be getting longer, so that’s something to celebrate. Here’s a roundup of everything the Campaign’s been up to in the last month.
Welcome to the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, and whatever else late autumn has to throw at us. However it turns out, let’s carry on cycling when and where we can. To help with that, we’ve got some seasonal riding tips for you. Also some spectacular Scottish scenery from a wild camping cycle tripContinue reading “November 2020 Newsletter”
Hello pedalling friends, and welcome to October’s newsletter. This is Robyn at the helm today so expect multiple gifs – you’re welcome. I know what you’re thinking. “October? That must mean we’re due an AGM soon!” And, my YCC-oriented friend, you’d be right: it’ll take place over Zoom on Tuesday 24th November. If you need extra encouragementContinue reading “October 2020 Newsletter”
Welcome to September! We’re not sure where August has gone, but the cycle campaign has been keeping busy. Read on to find out more about our Ward Pedals, hear our plans for a ‘Fancy Women Bike Ride’, and be inspired to get pedalling this autumn. Wheel Spiels Ok, he wrote it in June, but sinceContinue reading “September 2020 Newsletter”