Gorse Stacks Cycle Lane
Campaign News

Positive Progress for Cyclists in Chester

The Chester Cycling Campaign has had a number of notable successes and areas of positive progress recently, all of which contribute towards making the city a little more cycle friendly. Our members are sometimes working [More….]

Canal Towpath
Campaign News

Canal Towpath Reopens at Last!

The Cycling Campaign is delighted that closed section of the canal towpath finally reopened on 22 May 2019 after being closed for 18 months! This is great news for Chester cyclists and pedestrians who have [More….]

Bike Gears
Campaign News

Campaign Sets Objectives for 2019

The Campaign has produced a list of its objectives for 2019, setting out what we feel we can do to create improvements for Chester cyclists. The list provides a clear focus for Campaign members who [More….]

Cycle Path Updates

Latest Cycle Path Closures

Cycle paths and other off-road routes can be closed without notice, causing inconvenience to cyclists and pedestrians.  Also, when closures take place, diversions are rarely suggested or signposted.  The Chester Cycling Campaign is providing a [More….]

Cyclist and pedestrian
Campaign News

Active Travel Forum Launched

After a long delay, Cheshire West and Chester Council have finally launched a new Active Travel Forum. The Forum is intended to take action to improve the levels of cycling and walking in the borough, [More….]

Chester Cycle Network Tube Map
Campaign News

Chester Cycle Network Tube Map Published

The University of Chester and the Chester Cycling Campaign have together produced a colourful graphical ‘tube map’ depicting routes for cyclists between key destinations in the city and beyond. Based on the design style of [More….]

Mountain Bike on Ground
Campaign News

Problem and Danger Spots for Cyclists

The Chester Cycling Campaign has been concerned to hear of a number of serious injuries caused to cyclists where deficiencies in the local cycling infrastructure have been a contributing factor. It has become clear that [More….]