We are the voice of cycling
in Oxford

We support more people to cycle in Oxford, more often and more safely

This is how we work towards our mission. 


We lobby key decision makers such as the City and County Councils and the two universities to raise awareness of cycling and to call for better cycling provision.


We work with local active travel groups, the universities and other partners.


We listen to and learn from our members and communities.

Read our 3 year plan 

What we do


We want better streets for all road users. We call on our politicians, decision makers and transport planners to make this a reality.

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From Blackbird Leys to Botley, and Dr Bikes to donating cycles, we work closely with local residents and community projects to support, encourage and enable more people to feel confident and capable to cycle.

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Responding to planning consultations makes up a big part of our work. Whether it is cycle parking or housing developments, our expert volunteers share their knowledge with the local councils to contribute to designs.

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Get involved


We are proud to be a member organisation. Your support not only helps to keep us going, but means we have a greater impact. There are membership options for individuals or households.

Become a member


As a small charity, we rely on donations and grant funding. We appreciate any amount you’re able to contribute.
All donations go directly towards our campaigns, projects and events. 

Support us


We are run almost entirely by our team of trustees and volunteers. From our infrastructure group to Kidical Mass marshals, we are always looking for people to get involved and support our work.

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Get in touch

We are keen to listen and learn. Send us an email if you have any questions, ideas or issues relating to Cyclox. Note that we are not able to take donations of cycles or cycle parts.

Contact us

We strive to create a welcoming and inclusive safe space for all. We have policies and procedures to make sure we achieve this. Let us know if you’d like more detail. 

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