Camcycle expands its team in preparation for the 2024 Festival of Cycling

The Camcycle staff team has expanded to seven for summer 2024. The charity is delighted to welcome on board Chris Atkin as Event Manager for the Cambridge Festival of Cycling and Isabelle Stevens as our Digital Communications Intern. The two new staff members join Roxanne De Beaux, Anna Williams, Rosamund Humphrey, Josh Grantham and Sarah
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Local candidates share views on transport in Camcycle’s General Election survey

Camcycle has published local Parliamentary candidates’ responses to a General Election survey focused on cycling and transport issues. Since 2007, the Cambridgeshire-based charity has been hosting surveys for local and national elections to help inform local voters, enable candidates to share their views and raise awareness of the policies needed to improve sustainable transport choice.
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Camcycle election survey published to help Cambridgeshire residents ‘Vote Bike’

Camcycle has published its annual election survey featuring candidates’ responses to questions on cycling and transport. It is the 17th time the charity has hosted the survey to help inform voters’ decisions at the ballot box. Questions have been compiled by members of Camcycle working with local campaign groups including Ely Cycling Campaign and Peterborough
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FLIT boosts Camcycle’s community reach with refurbished e-bikes

Roxanne from Camcycle and Alex from FLIT with the refurbished e-bikes

Camcycle’s campaign to increase active travel across Cambridgeshire has been given a boost this week with the collection of two refurbished e-bikes from local engineering company FLIT. The cycles have been purchased for Camcycle by a generous donor who wants to help the charity increase its reach and impact.

FLIT specialises in lightweight folding
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Cambridgeshire’s cycling community grieves the sad loss of Huntingdon’s Mike Gough

Image of Mike Gough sitting on a bench by his bike. He is dressed in black with a cycling cap that reads 'Ey Up!'Camcycle, Hunts Walking & Cycling Group and others who knew and loved the cycling advocate and mechanic Mike Gough are devastated to hear of his death on Saturday following a collision with a van driver in Huntingdon.

Mike was the owner of Roadies Cycles in Hartford, Huntingdonshire, and much-loved by the community. He had an
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Camcycle and Enterprise Car Club unite to help members build a sustainable transport future

Camcycle has joined with Enterprise Car Club in a partnership which offers reciprocal benefits to the members of each organisation in order to support an increase in sustainable travel. Camcycle is offering existing Enterprise Car Club members a 20% reduction on individual and household memberships and Enterprise is offering Camcycle members a year’s car club
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‘Inaction is a political choice’: Camcycle statement on the Sustainable Travel Zone, September 2023

Following recent political annoucements from the Liberal Democrats and Labour parties that imply that current proposals for a Sustainable Travel Zone in Cambridge are unlikely to proceed, Camcycle has released this statement ahead of the meeting of the Greater Cambridge Partnership Joint Assembly.

“Inaction is a political choice that will have a detrimental impact on


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Camcycle trustees respond to the publication of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Sustainable Travel Zone report

Camcycle’s Board of Trustees remains committed to our charity’s core remit of more, better and safer cycling for the public benefit of people in our region. Our vision is of a thriving and sustainable place with cleaner, greener and safer streets where people are enabled to walk, wheel and cycle for more journeys. This would
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Camcycle places third ghost bike in a call for ‘road peace’ in Cambridgeshire

On Thursday 18 May, Camcycle placed a ‘ghost bike’ at the site on Oakington Road near Girton where 14-year old Isla Cochrane was killed last year. The bike was surrounded by white doves in solidarity with the annual week of action by the charity RoadPeace, which campaigns for ‘Vision Zero’, a project that seeks to
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