Welcome to our list of forthcoming meetings and events. This page is currently undergoing improvement so to keep up-to-date with the latest Camcycle events, we recommend you also follow our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Come and cycle with Camcycle – we love to meet new people and share good cycle routes around the city.
Camcycle’s annual Reach Ride
Our last AGM was held on Saturday 23 January with guest speaker Melissa Bruntlett. Find out more about the AGM and watch footage of the event on our blog.
Camcycle monthly meetings 2021
All are welcome to the Campaign’s monthly meeting. Usually these are held at the Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane on the first Tuesday of each month. However, owing to the coronavirus pandemic, from April 2020 we have been holding meetings online. Meetings start at 7pm on the Camcycle facebook page and are followed by a social get-together on Jitsi Meet. The video from the Facebook meeting is uploaded to the Camcycle YouTube channel and our blog after the meeting.
Tuesday 2 February: Guest speaker Sarah Berry
Sarah will be talking about her experience as a new cyclist, her work on road signs and low traffic neighbourhoods and how her activities have helped create change. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 2 March: Lessons from the low-car life
Anna, Yasmin and Helen talk about the benefits and challenges of low-car living with a young family and what insights this can give into the creation of sustainable communities. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 6 April: Mayoral Hustings
The 2021 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral election will be held on 6 May 2021 to elect the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. At our online hustings event, we put your questions to the candidates. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 4 May: Voi
John Hamer from Voi talks to us about the rollout of e-bikes and e-scooters in Cambridgeshire. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 1 June: Cambridge University’s Sustainability Team
The University is investing in improvements to its active travel infrastructure. We’ll hear from their travel group about changes they are making. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 6 July: Try Before You Buy
Mark Searle from Outspoken Cycles will be talking to us about their try-before-you-buy cargo bike scheme for businesses and families in the city. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 3 August: How Women Changed the World on Two Wheels
We welcome author Hannah Ross, who will join us to talk about her new book. Find out more and watch the recording of this event.
Tuesday 7 September: Bikeability
Bikeability have teamed up with the Association of Driving Instructors to help instructors and leaner drivers develop greater awareness about how the world looks and feels for cyclists. Trustee John Jackson and Benjamin Smith, Bikeability’s Head of Development, will join us to talk about this project and answer your questions. Watch live on our Facebook channel from 7pm.
Tuesday 5 October: Playing Out
The Playing Out scheme lets parents and residents create their own temporary play street, by closing the road to through-traffic for an hour or two, giving children the freedom to use the space outside their own front door. Local lead Julia Sang and Cambridgeshire County Council Youth & Community Coordinator Paul Connelly will talk about how this is working in our area. Watch live on our Facebook channel from 7pm.
Tuesday 2 November: The commonality of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
In an effort to show how common it is for residential areas to prevent motor traffic passing through, Cyclestreets has been working on a UK-wide analysis of modal filters (bollards, gates, cycle contraflows, etc.), with Cambridge as one of their main areas of study. Developer Martin Lucas-Smith joins us to talk about this project and answer your questions. Watch live on our Facebook channel from 7pm.
Our social events are an ideal way to meet other members and supporters and to talk to Camcycle staff and volunteers. Come along and find out more about what we do and how you can get involved or simply enjoy a chat – we won’t just talk about cycling!
Thursday volunteer socials on Jitsi
Our spring social on 10 March, 2020, was the last meeting we were able to have in person. The Camcycle community is extremely important to us, so while we are physically distanced we are continuing to meet socially on Jitsi. Contact us to find out more.