Dublin Cycling Campaign has a formal Board of six directors, and a committee that manages the day-to-day activities of the campaign.
Bicycles account for half of all vehicles on the North Quays during the morning rush hour.
Photograph showing launch of the most recent trishaw at the John F. Kennedy Arboretum in New Ross, Co. Wexford, on 13th June.
Copenhagenize: The Definitive Guide to Global Bicycle Urbanism, by Mikael Colville-Andersen
Book Review by Louise Williams
The complete revamp and upgrade of Dublin City’s Drury St Bike Park was unveiled officially on Tuesday last 12th June, during this year’s National Bikeweek, by Dublin’s current Lo
Join Us for the Huge range of events organised by Dublin Cycling Campaign
We have made this submission to DLR council on the recent scheme to redesign for cycling along the Drummartin Link Road.
Dublin City Council has amended the cycle route’s design in accordance with the project’s planning conditions.
May 2018 Submission by Dublin Cycling Campaign on Stillorgan Road/Foster Avenue Improvements Summary
Serious concerns for pedestrians and cyclists in MetroLink plans
Great news. Dublin Cycling Campaign is now a registered charity.
Have you ever arrived at a destination only to be faced with a desert of available cycle parking?
Domhnall Egan tells us about himself and his involvement with Dublin Cycling Campaign
We marked the arrival of Spring with a spin along the Royal Canal
Book Review - Moire O’Sullivan’s new book on balancing motherhood & her sporting life
Sport Ireland hosted the event in Dublin’s Chester Beatty Library
By Jane Dawn
We know Dublin could be an even more delightful city if we could change the culture to be better disposed to cycling, walking and using our public spaces in people-friendly ways, right?
So many of us were distracted by the effects of Storm Emma, and the resultant snowfalls, that we haven’t fully accepted the fact that a pretty momentous occasion in terms of cycle campaigning
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