Camcycle gears up for its fifth Festival of Cycling with the appointment of a new Events Manager

Andy Chatterton stands in front of two decorated cycle wheels

The Cambridge Festival of Cycling returns in September 2024 and Camcycle is delighted to welcome Andy Chatterton as the Festival Events Manager. Andy is a freelance events professional who brings a wealth of experience in cycling events. He is the Event Director for London Cycling Campaign’s iconic Urban Hill Climb and worked with the Goodwood Estate on the Eroica Britannia vintage cycling festival.

Andy has cycled throughout his life and all over the world, enjoying all types of riding from road cycling to touring and cyclocross to gravel biking. He has been a keen competitive cyclist and triathlete for many years and raced in the 2012 Xterra World Championship off-road triathlon in Maui. With a background in the cycle industry, he has a record of successful cycle advocacy and partnerships and has worked with brands including Cannondale, Canyon and John Lewis.

Andy’s role at Camcycle will be to help secure the Cambridge Festival of Cycling in the city’s calendar, expanding its outreach to new people and building strong relationships with our event hosts, partners and team of volunteers.

Andy said:

I’m excited to join Camcycle’s small, creative and dedicated team. The Festival of Cycling is a great event that celebrates and promotes Cambridge’s cycling culture and I’m looking forward to helping Camcycle build on its past success and take it to the next level.”

Camcycle’s CEO, Roxanne De Beaux said:

We are so privileged to benefit from Andy’s experience and professionalism as we develop our programme of events for the 2024 Festival of Cycling. This dedicated events role has been enabled by an award from Postcode Places Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. We’re really grateful for their support.

To enable the Festival to reach as many communities as possible, we’d welcome other conversations with funders, partners and event hosts. Please get in touch with Camcycle if you would like to find out how you can increase our impact and help even more people start and continue to cycle for their everyday journeys in our region.”