the voice of cycling in Oxford

Moving towards a healthier and safer city for all

We want to put cycling at the heart of Oxford’s future. The stronger our collective voice, the greater our impact.

Celebrating the key worker bike project

By Kathryn McNicoll and Josh Lenthall

One year on from the start of the Bikes for Key Workers project we have handed out our last bike to a key worker, making the total in Oxford 345 bikes. With the Windrush Bike Project in Witney

The Forgotten Bike Paths of Oxfordshire

By Andy Chivers

We think of the 1930s as the bicycle heyday – car ownership was minimal, long-distance commuting was confined to train and bus, and employers provided mass bike parking facilities. Pictures of hordes of bike riders
Roadwork signs block the painted cycle lane at a set of temporary traffic lights on a wide road. A smaller red sign above a larger red sign advising the traffic to stop when the light shows red says: 'cyclists's dismount and find an alternative route'.

The Ranty Highwayman

Mark Philpotts

Tuesday 18th May, 7.30-9.00pm

Online Zoom Meeting

Campaigning

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Educating

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Connecting

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