Read about the triumph of September’s Kidical Mass ride which drew attention to the needs of younger cyclists. Save the date for our November AGM where we’ll learn lessons from Belgium on how to fashion a car-free city. And a bit of a breakthrough with the gate at the railway station… Kidical Mass: Huge SuccessContinue reading “October 2021 Newsletter”
Not great news for York as a cycling city this month: we have a report from a conference suggesting the city has slipped behind others in terms of provision for cycling, and an admission from the Council that cycling rates have decreased. Meanwhile, we’re not happy with the Tadcaster Road plans – seize your chance to respond to the consultation. And one we can all get behind: an invitation to report pot-holed road edges to the Council. But first, news of two upcoming cycle events.
This month, read about our June protest cycle – successful in terms of turnout and we wait to see if it will be equally successful in achieving our goals. Also, calls from both us and the Council to let us have your views – you know you love filling in those surveys! And for thoseContinue reading “July 2021 Newsletter”
Summer’s here and there’s plenty of cycling and campaigning activity to get stuck into. A mass ride, consultations and workshops galore, flood defence diversions to get pedalling round … and why looking like (or at) the back of a bus is no bad thing. Join our mass cycle protest for action on cleaner air! YorkContinue reading “June 2021 Newsletter”
There might be a bit of a chilly start to the month of May but we’ve got plenty here for you to do in the warm indoors – like completing the survey about Trans-Pennine-Trail accessibility (deadline rapidly approaching!) and reading our member John Skelton’s report on inclusive and disability cycling in York. We’re also pleasedContinue reading “May 2021 Newsletter”