Events

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Coming Up

AGM with talk from special guest; Carlton Reid

York Cycle Campaign are excited to announce Carlton Reid as the guest speaker at our forthcoming AGM, with his talk ‘Taking Cycling Mainstream’.

Carlton is the author of Roads Were Not Built for Cars and Bike Boom, both for Island Press of Washington, D.C. He’s also the founder of BikeBiz.com, and recently won the transport journalist of the year award in the Press Gazette’s British Journalism Awards for Specialist Media.

Following Carlton’s talk we will hold our AGM with committee elections and voting, more details to follow.

6-7pm Open House – Informal discussion with food & drink
7pm-8:30pm Talk by Carlton Reid
8:30pm-9:00pm AGM & Voting

Members and non-members welcome: New members can also join on the night (cash only-correct change appreciated)

Reserve a place 

Past Events

Film night with South Bank Community Cinema

Friday 19th Oct
We teamed up with the South Bank Community Cinema to bring you a showing of Belleville Rendez-Vous; a French animated comedy classic with cycling to boot. Read a review of the event here.

Cycle to Freedom

Sunday 16th Sept
A social cycle ride of around 50 kilometres with ‘Empowered People‘, for both able-bodied and disabled cyclists.

Imagining the Impossible: Life without cars – with York Festival of Ideas

Saturday 16 June 2018, 7.00pm to 8.30pm
Adventure cyclist Josie Dew shared her exploits and experiences travelling around the world and UK. Catch Up

Cycling City: Why aren’t we there yet? – with York Festival of Ideas

Wednesday 13 June 2018

Dr. Rachel aldred gave us her view on cycling, and the challenges facing it in this country. Catch Up

What Makes a Good Cycle Route?

Saturday 14 April 2018

We teamed up with My York Central to see what makes a ride pleasant or unpleasant. Catch Up

Building the Solar System

13 February 2018

Peter Thompson showed us how the popular Solar System ride south of the city was created.