We are now seeking volunteers and participants for the Dublin parade on March 17th
The Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland held a public meeting in Wood Quay on Monday the 22nd of January.
Progress is being made on solutions to the current difficulties.
More than half of victims reported that traffic pressures contributed to their crash.
Contact your TDs NOW and ask them to support the Minimum Passing Distance Law!
Network is being expanded into new parts of Dublin City’s northside.
New Facebook Group for keeping in touch with all things cycling.
A big shout out to everyone who came along to our Bicycle Christmas Party on Saturday night in The Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Newmarket, Dublin 8.
Over the past 18 months, since the new rails began to be installed for the Luas Cross City project, Dublin Cycling Campaign has received multiple messages from people who’ve fallen while cycl
At the recent meeting of Fingal County Council on Monday 11th December 2017 a motion was put forward by Councillor E.O’Brien to abandon plans of removal of a car lan
Report on our public meeting about the impact of Luas Cross City on cycling.
Cyclists are entitled to the same protection against hate speech as other minority groups, argues Kieran Ryan.
Press release for immediate use: Issued by Cyclist.ie, Dublin Cycling Campaign, IBIKEDublin, Safe Cycling Ireland & Cycling W
There has been great controversy over the proposed cycle route design from Clontarf to Amiens Street.
Sign up for €20 as a member of the Dublin Cycling Campaign between now and the Christmas Party on Saturday 16th December 20
In its recommendations on How the State Can Make Irel
We are thrilled that An Bord Pleanála has approved the proposed development of a pedestrian and cycle bridge crossing the River Shannon in Athlone.
Press release from Cyclist.ie for immediate use, issued 2 November 2017
Recently on my morning commute I noticed “Cycle lane closed” signs in the Phoenix Park.
Help us do more for cycling in Dublin, please consider getting involved.