Cycling is healthy, cheap, fast, and clean. It could be a key part of solving our transport problems and ensuring the prosperity of Chester. We know that people want to use their bikes more but current conditions put people off. Chester Cycling Campaign is pushing for a better, greener city by making cycling a safe and attractive transport option.
The Chester Cycling Campaign is working with other cycling organisations in the city and with Cheshire West and Chester council to try to achieve the following aims:
- 100 kms of cycle routes around the city
- 20 mph speed limits on residential streets
- safe routes to schools
- better city centre access
- two-way cycle flows on one-way streets
- free carriage of bikes on trains
- better bike parking facilities
In addition, we set a number of annual objectives which guide our campaign priorities throughout the year. Click here to read about our current objectives.
Find Out More
You can also find out more about cycling in Chester by joining the Campaign’s Cyclomania eGroup. Further
information about the eGroup can be found on the Cyclomania eGroup webpage:
The Cyclomania Egroup is unmoderated and membership is open to all. Subscribe to the egroup and join in the lively debate about the future of cycling in Chester! You can join the Cyclomania Egroup by visiting our Yahoo groups website.
Membership of the Chester Cycling Campaign is open to anyone who supports our aims.
Meetings of the Chester Cycling Campaign are held monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. Find out more.
Cycling Matters! is the quarterly newsletter of the Chester Cycling Campaign, distributed through local bike shops, libraries and other information points.
Constitution of the Chester Cycling Campaign
The Constitution of the Chester Cycling Campaign was approved at the Annual General Meeting held on 5 February 2003, and subsequently amended at the Annual General Meeting held on 6 February 2013. A copy of the Constitution is provided here in PDF format (64KB).
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