We are calling on the government and TDs more generally to:
It is less than three months to go to Velo-city 2017, the largest and undoubtedly the most stimulating and multi-dimensional cycling planning conference in the world.
Slower speeds save lives, save lifestyles and save money. That was the message from the 20’s Plenty Conference that took place on the 8th March 2017 in Birmingham.
This week is an important week for the future of quality cycling in Dublin City!
Dublin Cycling Campaign meets regularly with the Dublin City Council to improve cycling conditions in our fair city.
Dublin Cycling Campaign are excited to announce our 8th year participating in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Dublin Cycling Campaign sent the brief submission below to Dublin City Council in regard to the EIS Scoping Report for College Green.
Over the last 20+ years, Dublin Cycling Campaign has evolved into a very well organised voluntary body.
Just 200 years ago in Mannheim in south-west Germany, on June 12 1817, Baron Karl von Drais first took his two-wheeled invention out for a spin to the suburbs.
This Friday 16th December is the final date for submissions on the National Transport Authority’s (NTA) proposals for a possible 2way cycle and walking route on Dubl
Olympic records for both sprinting and mingling were smashed to bits at last Saturday’s Bicycle Christmas Party!
Great News for Cycling and Dublin City
Dublin City Council together with Dublin Cycling Campaign / Cyclist.ie are bidding to host the world’s largest cycling conference, Velo-C
If you are scratching your head wondering what to buy a cycling friend this festive season, scratch no more! We have lovely Dublin Cycling Campaign Gift Membership Cards hot off the press.
This one is hard to believe, but it could revolutionise our whole view of the role of Bicycle Helmets!
Dublin Cycling Campaign was delighted to be part of an event held in Trinity College Dublin on Thursday 17th November all about impro
Dublin Cycling Campaign is a member of Cyclist.ie - the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network (ICAN), which in turn is the Irish member of the European Cyclists’ Federation (
Cycling Ireland is the national governing body for the sport of cycling, in Ireland.
We are delighted to see that South Dublin County Council has proposed a 30 km/h speed limit in most residential estates in its latest review of speed limits (see public consultation).
Help us do more for cycling in Dublin, please consider getting involved.