Camcycle Magazine

Our magazine contains much information on our campaigning activity.

Help is always needed to produce the magazine. You can get involved by writing articles and in many other ways, including distribution of the printed copies.

Previous editions

Here are all the magazines and newsletters that have been published by Camcycle. They can each be viewed either as one big page, split into sections, or as a PDF file.

Issues:
2021: 150 (current)
2020: 149 148 147 146
2019: 145 144 143 142
2018: 141 140 139 138 137 136
2017: 135 134 133 132 131 130
2016: 129 128 127 126 125 124
2015: 123 122 121 120 119 118
2014: 117 116 115 114 113 112
2013: 111 110 109 108 107 106
2012: 105 104 103 102 101 100
2011: 99 98 97 96 95 94
2010: 93 92 91 90 89 88
2009: 87 86 85 84 83 82
2008: 81 80 79 78 77 76
2007: 75 74 73 72 71 70
2006: 69 68 67 66 65 64
2005: 63 62 61 60 59 58
2004: 57 56 55 54 53 52
2003: 51 50 49 48 47 46
2002: 45 44 43 42 41 40
2001: 39 38 37 36 35 34
2000: 33 32 31 30 29 28
1999: 27 26 25 24 23 22
1998: 21 20 19 18 17 16
1997: 15 14 13 12 11 10
1996: 9 8 7 6 5 4
1995: 3 2 1
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Issue 150 (Spring 2021)

including articles on:

Sustainable Communities

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Issue 149 (Winter 2020/21)

including articles on:

Better cycling for all.

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Issue 148 (Autumn 2020)

including articles on:

Working for change.

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Issue 147 (Summer 2020)

including articles on:

Thank you for cycling.

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Issue 146 (Spring 2020)

including articles on:

Cycling and health.

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Issue 145 (Winter 2019/20)

including articles on:

Expanding horizons.

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Issue 144 (Autumn 2019)

including articles on:

Back to school.

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Issue 143 (Summer 2019)

including articles on:

Try something new.

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Issue 142 (Spring 2019)

including articles on:

Growing and changing.

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Issue 141 (Winter 2018/19)

including articles on:

Keep on cycling, Keep on cycling: The network effect, The Camcycle guide to cycling in winter, How to keep on cycling when…, Join us at the Camcycle AGM to shape our next year of success.

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Issue 140 (October – November 2018)

including articles on:

Cargo bikes lead the way on World Car Free Day, Current campaigns, How Paris cycle lanes cut traffic, Volunteer spotlight, Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT).

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Issue 139 (August – September 2018)

including articles on:

Cargo Carnival! The flagship event of the 2018 Cambridge Festival of Cycling, Mill Road reclaimed for humans – a vision, Fendon Road ‘Dutch-style’ roundabout, Out and about with the new Camcycle stall bike, How one bike changed our life!.

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Issue 138 (June – July 2018)

including articles on:

News on routes and campaigns in Romsey
Cover image © Lucinda Price www.lucindaprice.com, ‘Space for Cycling’ ride, Reach Ride 2018 smashes event records, Meet our new employee: Anna Williams, Boston and Portland compared.

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Issue 137 (April – May 2018)

including articles on:

The Reach Ride
Bank Holiday Monday 7th May 2018
Cover art: Alison Norden, Brompton boosts British bike manufacturing, Street cycle parking project, Junction malfunction on Hills Road, Seeking safe cycling to school on Nuffield Road.

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Issue 136 (February – March 2018)

including articles on:

Light up the night with e-Luminate
Cover images by Colin Morrison, We’re hiring!, Cycling in Berlin, Should schools insist on helmets?, Attacks along Busway.

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Issue 135 (December 2017 – January 2018)

including articles on:

New layouts, new lifestyles
Cover image © Lucinda Price www.lucindaprice.com, e-bikes, Bikedata beta – data for campaigning, Wheels for Wellbeing.

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Issue 134 (October – November 2017)

including articles on:

Fresh look freshers!
Cover images by Alison Norden www.alisonnorden.com, Annual General Meeting, What’s the point of the CyclePoint?, Saga of Red Cross Lane, Camcycle now has a podcast!.

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Issue 133 (August – September 2017)

including articles on:

Greenways are coming
Cover photo by Marie Côte, Going round in circles at Addenbrooke’s, Cycle City Active City conference, Oda a la bicicleta.

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Issue 132 (June – July 2017)

including articles on:

Best practice for new infrastructure
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, General Election: the candidates for Cambridge, Co-op Community Fund, Cycling in Taiwan.

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Issue 131 (April – May 2017)

including articles on:

Join the Reach Ride, #thisgirlcan, Rural cycling routes in Holland, Citybikes in Shenzhen.

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Issue 130 (February – March 2017)

including articles on:

Will Milton Road set the standard?, Annual General Meeting, Cycling and air pollution, Cycling through five countries on Earth Day.

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Issue 129 (December 2016 – January 2017)

including articles on:

Infrastructure for everyone
Cover picture © Alex Prewett www.alexprewett.co.uk, Greenways plan for everyone, Camcycle support for new students, Me and my cycling journey.

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Issue 128 (October – November 2016)

including articles on:

Decision time for the Chisholm Trail
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, Making roundabouts safe for walking and cycling, Camcycle AGM announcement, Bike lights.

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Issue 127 (August – September 2016)

including articles on:

Making space for cycling
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, Chisholm Trail planning applications submitted, A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign, From our correspondent in Barcelona.

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Issue 126 (June – July 2016)

including articles on:

10th anniversary of the Reach Ride
Cover picture by LightSide Photography www.lightsidephotography.com, City council elections, London ‘Cycle Superhighways’, Logistics at its best.

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Issue 125 (April – May 2016)

including articles on:

New Campaign branding announced
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, Floating bus stops should be here to stay, Mini-Hollands in London, Government investment in cycling.

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Issue 124 (February – March)

including articles on:

Rush of City Deal consultations, Pavement car parking: #BadlyParkedBike, New city centre cycle park, New extension of The Tins cycleway.

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Issue 123 (December – January)

including articles on:

Abbey-Chesterton Bridge approved.
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, Campaign against the dangerous Busway bollards, A428 Corridor consultation, Bidirectional versus one-way cycle lanes.

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Issue 122 (October – November)

including articles on:

The City Deal
Cover picture © Lucinda Price, www.lucindaprice.com, Bicycle theft, Students’ introduction to Cambridge cycling, Annual general meeting.

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Issue 121 (August – September)

including articles on:

Daniel Zeichner MP and Julian Huppert on cycling
Special 20th anniversary issue, MPs’ bike ride to Parliament, City Deal for Madingley Road/A1303/A428 corridor, A quick review of our study tour to Assen.

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Issue 120 (June – July)

including articles on:

Campaign appoints full-time Officer, 120 newsletters!, Cars in the community, Reach Ride 2015.

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Issue 119 (April – May)

including articles on:

The Chisholm Trail, City Deal and the Chisholm Trail, Station Cycle Point – 250 days and counting?, The other busway.

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Issue 118 (February – March)

including articles on:

Cycling on our main roads, Young people cycling to school, Milton Road: a main route, Cycling in Kathmandu 2014.

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Issue 117 (December – January)

including articles on:

Going round in circles, Helping the Campaign, Co-ordinator’s comment, NW Cambridge: cycle paths in the Darwin Green corridor, New openings.

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Issue 116 (October – November)

including articles on:

Mazes for cyclists at new junctions on NW Cambridge development, Notice and details of Annual General Meeting, Scrutinising county council advice on planning applications, New cycle parking around Cambridge city centre.

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Issue 115 (August – September)

including articles on:

Cycling barometer installed by Parker’s Piece, An employee for the Campaign, Membership developments, Addenbrooke’s cycle parking, A10 Corridor Cycling: campaigning works.

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Issue 114 (June – July 2014)

including articles on:

Le Reach Ride, Priorities for Cambridge Cycling Campaign, Making space for cycling, A14 proposals, Cambridge Local Plan submitted – but consultation a sham.

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Issue 113 (April – May 2014)

including articles on:

Huntingdon Road + Hills Road Plans, Floating bus stops, Milton Road/Gilbert Road (1) more space for cyclists, (2) another view, Chisholm Trail: a vision revised, University site cycle parking improvements.

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Issue 112 (February – March 2014)

including articles on:

Hybrid cycle lanes for Huntingdon Road?, South Cambridgeshire cycling schemes, Poor planning causing congestion?, The problem with building sites, Thoday Street cycle parking update, Jesus Green cycle path.

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Issue 111 (December 2013/January 2014)

including articles on:

Trumpington Road: changes ahead, What’s improved this year?, Radegund Road roundabout, Community Infrastructure Levy, The case against shared-use provision, Cyclenation conference.

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Issue 110 (October/November 2013)

including articles on:

Advanced greens go ahead, Notice of Annual General Meeting, War against motorists?, Anatomy of a news story, Cycling safari report, The Dutch pace of progress.

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Issue 109 (August/September 2013)

including articles on:

Station cycle parking going ahead, Roadworks blues, Sawston bypass crossing, Bike barometers, Highest cycling levels, The Cambridge Institute of Urban Cycling.

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Issue 108 (June/July 2013)

including articles on:

Reach Ride report, Get Britain Cycling, 20mph consultation, Greater Cambridge cycleway network, Bike It: sowing the cycling culture at school.

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Issue 107 (April/May 2013)

including articles on:

London to reallocate roadspace to cycling, Incident on Hills Road: a first-hand account, 700 new cycle parking spaces for the city centre, Station cycle park planning application submitted, ‘We can’t go all the way this time.’ So when will they?.

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Issue 106 (February/March 2013)

including articles on:

Station cycle park, Catholic Church junction, Ring Fort Path in the making, Cycle parking at Addenbrooke’s, Proposal to improve Nuffield Road.

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Issue 105 (December 2012/January 2013)

including articles on:

Science Park Station blues, St Andrew’s Street improvements?, Lighting paths sensibly (an appeal?), A lively AGM, The new Cycle-Rail Toolkit.

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Issue 104 (October/November 2012)

including articles on:

Fully loaded
Celebrating the cargo bike, Fifty-eight per cent, The Bell School, culture and development, Are you LIT up? Police launch Lights Instead of Tickets initiative, Station double-decker cycle racks.

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Issue 103 (August/September 2012)

including articles on:

Cycling Copenhagen style, ‘Ban Cyclists from Rural Roads!’, Newnham to Newmarket Road supercycleway, Advanced greens for cycles, Cambridge Local Plan Issues and Options.

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Issue 102 (June/July 2012)

including articles on:

Everyday cycling style, The Chisholm Trail: step by step, Trial of two-tier racks at Cambridge station, CycleNation conference on Cycling and Health: winning the arguments, Can our urban roads cope with longer semi-trailers?, Reach Fair Ride 2012.

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Issue 101 (April/May 2012)

including articles on:

‘This council recognises the importance of cycling for the economic prosperity of the area’, Bike Ride to Reach Fair 2012, A third cycle park needed for the city centre, Access to the island platform: ‘Something must be done!’, Perne Road roundabout, DfT gets moving?.

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Issue 100 (February/March 2012)

including articles on:

Special 100th issue:
Looking back over 100 issues
Latest campaigning news
All Ability cycling possibilities
Cycling cultures
and much more…, Addenbrooke’s issues, Cycle parking plans, All Ability cycling possibilities!, Cycling Cultures, Histon to Cottenham.

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Issue 99 (December 2011/January 2012)

including articles on:

Guided Busway cycleway hazards
Evil little posts in the busway cycleway. One of dozens which are really hard to see in the dark, to the extent that people are doing their own thing to try and make them more obvious., Cycle parking at Cambridge Station tomorrow?, 2011 AGM, CTC / CycleNation Conference – 15 October 2011, City cycling officer posts, Can we ‘nudge’ people into the showers?.

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Issue 98 (October/November 2011)

including articles on:

Cambridge’s economy depends on investment in cycling
Cycling is the cheapest way to increase capacity of the network., Annual General Meeting, Ring Fort Path for Orchard Park proposed to Cambridgeshire Cabinet, Station cycle park timetable, Some changes to our Committee structure, Longer lorries a danger for all.

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Issue 97 (August/September 2011)

including articles on:

Bringing cycling issues into Parliament: on the MPs’ bike ride, The Busway cycleway, Help us promote the cycleway at The Busway launch, The case for full-time cycling officers, Junction experiments, Around Elizabeth Way roundabout, New routes to the station.

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Issue 96 (June/July 2011)

including articles on:

Lamp posts in the middle of the cycle path:
Cottenham to Histon cycle route widened but improvements marred by lamp posts., CycleStreets campaigner toolkit bid wins GeoVation contest!, Busway surfacing, The Mayor on Reach Ride, Cycling on Gilbert Road up by 9.5%, Nudges, winks and silver bullets – is this all that cycling needs?.

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Issue 95 (April/May 2011)

including articles on:

The new cycleway from Fen Ditton to Horningsea:
We report on several important newly-completed, or about to be completed, cycle routes., Finally: cycle lanes worthy of the name in Gilbert Road, Sustainable transport or replacing cuts?, Campaigning: idealism vs. pragmatism, Cambridge MP’s views on cycling…, Madingley Road, one third of a project.

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Issue 94 (February/March 2011)

including articles on:

The Tins is closed for 11 weeks for improvements. This narrow bridge at the junction of Burnside and The Tins will be replaced by one 3 m wide., Cycle paths gritted!, Strict liability, Bikes and lights, Streetcar, The Reach Fair bike ride: Bank Holiday Monday 2 May 2011.

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Issue 93 (December 2010/January 2011)

including articles on:

Under and over Hills Road bridge, Gilbert Road cycle lanes: approved at last!, Access to Addenbrooke’s, Clearing snow doesn’t make you liable, Cycleways like buses…, AGM report.

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Issue 92 (October/November 2010)

including articles on:

Reach Lode cycle bridge opens: National Cycle Route 11 re-routed via the Wicken Spine Route linking Wicken Fen to Anglesey Abbey., Save Bikeability and Cycling England, Charity number 1138098, Annual General Meeting, I Bike Cambridge – fashion comes to Parker’s Piece, Cambridge Cycle Challenge, Lights and reflectors for bikes.

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Issue 91 (August/September 2010)

including articles on:

No more parking in Gilbert Road cycle lanes: After 15 years of campaigning, the County Council finally approves plans to make the road more cycle-friendly., Can bus drivers see cyclists?, CycleStreets journey planner goes mobile!, Station lifts, Ride For Joy 2, Your Streets This Month.

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Issue 90 (June/July 2010)

including articles on:

As far as their ‘Road Safety’ section is concerned, if you’re not wearing a helmet and hi-viz, you are invisible, A thousand bicycles a day at Cambridge Station, Cambridgeshire County Council explores compulsory wearing of helmets and hi-viz by staff, What the election candidates said, Cambridge Cycle Challenge.

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Issue 89 (April/May 2010)

including articles on:

The fun and stylish Ride for Joy was the culmination of a month celebrating and encouraging female cycling, Champion for women cycling, Update on Gilbert Road improvements, Progress at the station?, April Question Time.

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Issue 88 (February/March 2010)

including articles on:

Spot the difference: At long last Cambridge receives a clear sign that the Council 
supports two-way access for cyclists. New signs will go up in 
the spring – the photo on the right is a mock-up., New Cycle Cambridge schemes, Cycling Demonstration Town update, 20 mph – yes we can!, Station switchbacks, Cycling along the busway.

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Issue 87 (December 2009/January 2010)

including articles on:

All go for Hills Road bridge? Redesign plans move forward and should remove the discrepancy in green light time between motorists and cyclists using the slip lane., AGM Report, The Chisholm Trail – ten years on, Cycle Cambridge – next round of consultations, Bike It Officer.

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Issue 86 (October/November 2009)

including articles on:

If the new trial lanes over Hills Road bridge are successful, permanent cycle lanes would be established in both directions, but the proposed Gateway junction threatens to undermine the scheme, The Mill Road Tesco saga, AGM – Mayer Hillman to speak, Mill Road traffic calming, News from the Travel for Work Partnership.

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Issue 85 (August/September 2009)

including articles on:

Transport Commission says ‘go ahead’, Gilbert Road – a radical proposal, The police and the law, Down Right Kenya, New Bikeability Project Officer in town.

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Issue 84 (June/July 2009)

including articles on:

Could speed humps be consigned to history?, And the winner is …, CycleStreets launched, Reach Fair ride report 2009, 20 mph centre, Congestion Charging Commission hearings: who said what.

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Issue 83 (April/May 2009)

including articles on:

Devonshire Road: smooth as a baby’s …, Strategy Day, Road reinstatement, Closures at roadworks, Congestion Charging Commission for Cambridgeshire, Bike ride to Reach Fair, Letter from City Councillor Ben Bradnack, What’s the recession got to do with cycling?.

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Issue 82 (February/March 2009)

including articles on:

Left out in the cold?, More fuss over Mill Road contraflows, Legal and responsible enforcement, Guided busway cycling delays, Gonville Crossing review, Cambridge on Ice, Copenhagenize Cambridge.

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Issue 81 (December 2008/January 2009)

including articles on:

New Park & Ride site opens at Milton, Annual General Meeting 2008, What is happening in South-West Cambridge and its necklace villages?, The Far North-West: A14 improvements, Annual General Meeting 2008, My way: Newnham Croft – Cambridge Station, Cyclists without lights, Risk: do the authorities understand?.

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Issue 80 (October/November 2008)

including articles on:

Cycling Demonstration Town gets real, One Thousand Strong, AGM 2008, CycleStreets: national online cycle journey planner and photomap, Cambridge Cycle Parking Guide, Congestion charge proposals still on the table, Riding the World’s Most Dangerous Road (no, not Milton Road!), DVD Review: Do it by cycle.

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Issue 79 (August/September 2008)

including articles on:

Signs are just too subtle in new two-way streets, Cycling Demonstration Town (with a necklace), The Rampton-Cottenham cycle path, Down the Danube, Wicken cycle route: new bridge, The Tragedy of the Commons (or no congestion charge?).

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Issue 78 (June/July 2008)

including articles on:

Riverside Bridge opens: Cambridge’s first new crossing of the River Cam for almost 40 years, City centre mess, Cambridge Conference, Local election 2008 candidate survey, Congestion charging – support shown if transport improvements in place, Major new cycling brochures launched, Grand Arcade Cycle Park, New housing developments, Northstowe objections, Mill Road reclaimed for humans – a vision.

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Issue 77 (April/May 2008)

including articles on:

Cycling 2020: a visionary document for a historic city
Our 12-section proposal for Cambridge’s cycling future will be launched at the National Cycling Conference in May, Co-ordinator’s comment, Planning consultant needed, Cycle parking guide: can you help us produce this?, Ride to Reach: the Camcycle 20/50, ‘OK’ for car to hit cyclist outside cycle lane.

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Issue 76 (February/March 2008)

including articles on:

New Riverside Bridge to open soon, £50 million for Connect2, Christ’s Lane and the Grand Arcade: not very grand for cycling customers, New Developments: our latest position paper, Just how far do cyclists cycle?, Letters: puncture-free tyres.

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Issue 75 (December 2007/January 2008)

including articles on:

John Lewis opens with no cycle parking at all in breach of planning consent, The 2007 AGM, Stopping the Revolution, New Contraflow – Woodburn Way, Grand Arcade Cycle Park, Road bike setup and maintenance.

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Issue 74 (October/November 2007)

including articles on:

Hybrid cycle lanes: best of both worlds?, AGM 2007, Chesterton Road crossing critique, Cycle theft & cycle parking in Petersfield, City centre cycle parking, Fixing a puncture.

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Issue 73 (August/September 2007)

including articles on:

There is another way: County’s massive bid for funds could transform cycling conditions in Cambridge., Radical traffic restraint proposed, Windsor Road traffic calming, A Manual for Streets, Cambridgeshire Design Guide, Highway Code update, Cycling Videos: meeting with Cambridgeshire Road Safety, Cycling to Cambourne – the joy of the open road, Kings Hedges.

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Issue 72 (June/July 2007)

including articles on:

Dramatic double-helix structures complete the artwork along National Cycle Network Route 11 near Shelford, Co-ordinator’s comment, Gonville Place crossing update, Local election 2007 candidates – cycling in their minds, Reporting incidents to the police, Camcycle 20/50 ride ridden.

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Issue 71 (April/May 2007)

including articles on:

City Centre cycling ban finally lifted.
Cycling Campaign members gather to welcome the permanent lifting of the City Centre bike ban., Examining legality, Planning for changes on Hills Road, Cambridge Cycleways Report 1975, A Manual for Streets, The Crossings Menagerie.

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Issue 70 (February/March 2007)

including articles on:

Two-way is better than one.
Collecting petition signatures for contraflow cycling.
Why, in 2007, in a place like Cambridge, is two-way cycling still not the norm?, New guidance from Cycling England, Ban the bike ban, St John bicycle ambulance service, The Regent Street squish, Facility of the month, Arbury Park again, AJC Decisions Supplement.

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Issue 69 (December 2006 / January 2007)

including articles on:

Reclaim the lanes, Co-ordinator’s comment, Gonville Place crossing: recent developments, Safety at Girton Corner, My Enemy’s Enemy?, The 2006 AGM.

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Issue 68 (October/November 2006)

including articles on:

Netherlands tour: two articles on the summer’s study trip, Co-ordinator’s comment, Netherlands Cycling Study Tour, Personal impressions of cycling in the Netherlands: lessons for Cambridge, Abandoned bikes to be rounded up, Cycling shorts.

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Issue 67 (August/September 2006)

including articles on:

Gonville Place: £25,000 of your money to make this crossing narrower and more difficult to use., Co-ordinator’s comment, Leisurely rides, Committee changes, Gonville Place pedestrian/cycle crossing, Strategy Day.

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Issue 66 (June/July 2006)

including articles on:

Mackenzie Road may be made two-way for bikes – councillors fail to make this ‘bread-and-butter’ provision elsewhere., Two-way cycling – One-way streets, Netherlands Cycling Study Tour 2006, Arbury Camp part 3, Three major planning applications rejected.

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Issue 65 (April/May 2006)

including articles on:

Arbury Camp: Shared between cyclists and pedestrians. How narrow can you get?, Hills Road Bridge, Maintenance Matters, Milton Road and Mere Way: A Missed Opportunity , Cycling to the Station , NCN Route 11 and the Road to Unsustainability, Members’ Survey, Cycle Funding: Rip-off or Legacy?, Addenbrooke’s Access Road.

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Issue 64 (February/March 2006)

including articles on:

Cambridge Local Plan: New lower cycle parking standards are ‘realistic’., Arbury Camp development, Betjeman House redevelopment threatens cycle route, Cambridge station: third time lucky?, Improving Gilbert Road for cyclists and pedestrians, Members’ survey.

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Issue 63 (December 2005 / January 2006)

including articles on:

County Transport Budget 2006-2011: 77% for roads, 22% guided bus, rail and ‘other integrated’, 0.6% for cycleways, footpaths and safer routes to school, Sheep’s Green bridge collapses, Cambourne cycling, Lyon’s corner: Velo Ville – Bike Project, Sustained action.

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Issue 62 (October/November 2005)

including articles on:

Legal, responsible cycling is possible again in Cambridge city centre, Ten years and ten thousand miles of the National Cycle Network, Driven to extinction? How transport policy can save the world, T-shirts are back, Commuting with a bicycle: a Cambridge cyclist in central London, Calming and catseyes: cycling around Girton, New cycle routes for Cambridge.

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Issue 61 (August/September 2005)

including articles on:

No Entry No More? Councillors vote to open up more one-way streets to two-way cyclists, 10 in 10 Cycling Celebrations, Toucan crossings for Victoria Avenue, Cycling on the A14, How do I get to the station?, Cycle theft reduction project comes to an end, Oxford and Cambridge Cycling Survey.

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Issue 60 (June/July 2005)

including articles on:

Cutter Ferry bridge: New span winched into place, The City Centre 20mph zone, Birthday party, Mind the doors!, Tesco path update, Riding a bike in Romsey Town.

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Issue 59 (April/May 2005)

including articles on:

New Sheep’s Green bridge promised, Cycling 2020, Pedestrian Priority Zone ahead, Historic core appraisal, Area Transport Plans reviewed, Road speed reduction in Cambridge, South Cambridge.

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Issue 58 (February/March 2005)

including articles on:

City Centre cycle ban to be lifted, Junction improvements – for whom?, Safety audits, our petition and two-way cycling in Corn Exchange Street, Mandatory Cycle Lanes: some progress, Extra powers for parking attendants in Cambridge?, Bureaucratic tendrils.

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Issue 57 (December 2004 / January 2005)

including articles on:

AGM 2004, More on the Corn Exchange Street contraflow, Cambridgeshire Guided Bus: Letters of (no) comfort, Cambridge rowing lake, Carlton Way, Cycling 2020.

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Issue 56 (October/November 2004)

including articles on:

Two-way cycling in Trinity Street, Existential truths, Best practice made official Government policy at last?, Cycle parking, A tale of two bridges, Summer in Funen, Significant legal victory for cyclist, Guided Busway news.

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Issue 55 (August/September 2004)

including articles on:

Something for everyone during Bike Week, Compensation claims for collisions involving cyclists, Members of County and City Council committees , King’s Hedges Road, Cutter Ferry Bridge, Twenty thousand cycle journeys across the River Cam each week-day.

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Issue 54 (June/July 2004)

including articles on:

The Jane Coston Cycle Bridge at Milton, Bike Week – 12 to 20 June, Our Milton Road bus censuses, Cycle parking at the Cattle Market Leisure Centre, Cattle Grids, The Guided Busway process, Cycle recycling, Can you draw a bike?.

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Issue 53 (April/May 2004)

including articles on:

Riverside Bridge design unveiled, Using Mitcham’s Corner, On the fence?, 44 tonne articulated trucks and towns don’t mix, Monsanto developments: a new route to Harston?, Compulsory helmets, Cyclism.

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Issue 52 (February/March 2004)

including articles on:

Cherry Hinton Road: a new Toucan crossing by Cherry Hinton Hall, Progress on Grand Arcade cycle access, Some recent accident reduction schemes, All criminals are motorists (discuss), Bridge still filthy, The ‘super-wardens’ bill.

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Issue 51 (December 2003 / January 2004)

including articles on:

The Milton Cycle bridge is moved into position., A tale of two bus lanes, Adaptable cyclists cope with abysmal Cambridge road layouts, Coldhams Business Park works to require temporary closure of the Tins path, Velo-City 2003: Simon’s story, Milton cycle bridge in place, AGM 2003, Grand Arcade plans.

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Issue 50 (October/November 2003)

including articles on:

Half a million words later – Looking back at 50 issues of the Newsletter, Planning Committee decision on cycle parking at The Junction, Silver Street restrictions take effect, Cast iron versus concrete, More on Milton Road bus lane proposal, Changes in St Andrew’s Street, My Way, Signs galore.

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Issue 49 (August/September 2003)

including articles on:

Mitcham’s Corner: Back on the map for cyclists, The guided bus scheme, Option C for Hills Road?, What do these five schemes have in common?, Cattle Market and The Junction development: an update, Bike week – didn’t we have a lovely time!, Council quietly shelves parking charges, Behind the scenes of the Campaign.

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Issue 48 (June/July 2003)

including articles on:

Queen’s Road crossing at Burrell’s Walk: soon to become a toucan cycle crossing., Two weeks to Bike Week (14-22 June)!, Local Transport Plan?, Local traffic facts, Cycle Campaigning conference, National Cycling Awards.

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Issue 47 (April/May 2003)

including articles on:

Bad news for cyclists on Milton Road, Position paper on responsible, legal cycling, Area Transport Plans, Brooklands Avenue update, Milton cycle bridge news, Crash!.

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Issue 46 (February/March 2003)

including articles on:

New cycle route reviewed, Saint Radegund is calmer, AGM Report: your new Committee, Hills Road campaign, Core Scheme stage 3 consultation, Decriminalisation of parking enforcement.

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Issue 45 (December 2002 / January 2003)

including articles on:

Hills Road bus lane proposals, Hills Road bus lane proposals, Four bridge options for Riverside, Shelford Road leaflet action, Plans for Bradwell’s Court, Government too slow, traffic too fast.

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Issue 44 (October/November 2002)

including articles on:

Bottisham Cycleway – Route 51, Doomed to dissatisfaction, Bike art, Cycle parking – ‘Take a Stand’, Facts and figures from the County Council, Storm in a teacup.

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Issue 43 (August/September 2002)

including articles on:

Cyclists to be forced off Hills Road, Cyclists to be forced off Hills Road, Bike Week 2002, Life on Mars, Jubilee Cycleway, Cycle theft reduction project a success.

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Issue 42 (June/July 2002)

including articles on:

This way, that way, both ways, This way, that way, both ways, Bike Week 15-23 June 2002, Proposals for Silver Street, Regent Street and Downing Street, Plans for Cambridge station area, Fulbourn Old Drift, The things people say, number 2.

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Issue 41 (April/May 2002)

including articles on:

Silver Street and Regent Street
(Or, how to squeeze everyone through a five metre wide gap), Silver Street and Regent Street, Mitcham’s Corner, Trumpington Road – the continued grief, Crossing Tenison Road, SuperCAM, Secure Cycle Park to open soon.

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Issue 40 (February/March 2002)

including articles on:

Trumpington Road (almost) complete, Trumpington Road (almost) complete, Fulbourn Old Drift, Science Park – no access for cycles, How to report smoky vehicles, Ask Dr Dynamo.

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Issue 39 (December 2001 – January 2002)

including articles on:

Before and after: four bollards removed so that pedestrians and cyclists both have enough space, Emmanuel Road area, Coldham’s Lane bridge – a pale grey elephant, Ending the City Centre Cycling Ban, Dear Dr Dynamo.

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Issue 38 (October/November 2001)

including articles on:

Ten go to Germany: ‘No entry except cycles’, Newmarket Road – considering cyclists at last, Quy, Super bus – super crunch?, Transport summit, Xtreme Lites, Münster – a rich Westfalian experience*.

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Issue 37 (August/September 2001)

including articles on:

New cycle bridges, Blatant disregard for standards on Trumpington Road, New Cycling and Walking Officer, How The System Works, 2001 Festival of Cycling review, Traffic Lights working group.

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Issue 36 (June/July 2001)

including articles on:

Park and Cycle site opens, Radegund Road, County Council finds more cyclists, and Choosing a second-hand bike.

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Issue 35 (April/May 2001)

including articles on:

Foot and Mouth closes key cycle routes, Mind that Bus Passenger, Join us in Germany, Seven cycle racks for Cambridge, and Looking after your tyres.

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Issue 34 (February/March 2001)

including articles on:

Survey results, Trumpington stage 2, £15 million for transport, X-fix review and paranoia gone wild!

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Issue 33 (December 2000 / January 2001)

including articles on:

Traffic signals at Coldham’s Common, “Are narrow cycle lanes better than no cycle lanes at all?”, New cycle map, and Cutting cycle theft.

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Issue 32 (October/November 2000)

including articles on:

City Centre, West Cambridge development, Trumpington Road, Station redevelopment, The Tins, Policing, Millennium cycleway, Newmarket Road and the Eastern Corridor, Maintaining your lights.

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Issue 31 (August/September 2000)

including articles on:

More on WAGN railway ban, report on Millennium Festival of Cycling events, County Cycling and Walking Strategy, Everyday shopping by bike.

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Issue 30 (June/July 2000)

including articles on:

WAGN railway ban cycles from morning rush hour trains, full list of Millennium Festival of Cycling events, Campaign trip to Denmark.

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Issue 29 (April/May 2000)

including articles on:

Grand Arcade – improved plans, Mind the bollard, Millennium Festival of Cycling, Partnerships, Speed Review reviewed.

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Issue 28 (February/March 2000)

including articles on:

Cycles to be forced off Grange Road, The Millennium Festival of Cycling, the Rat and Parrot, Flush out dropped kerbs, Safe Streets Coalition, Girton College Bicycle Club, 1894-1923.

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Issue 27 (December 1999 / January 2000)

including articles on:

Christmas Party. Pavement Cycling. Gilbert Road. Cycle Map Launch. Proposed Denmark Trip. Campaign Update. Oxford Trip report. Magdalene Street. Andy Wade’s My Way. Coldhams Lane and Common. Motorbikes update. Grange Road. Another Speed Ad banned.

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Issue 26 (October/November 1999)

including articles on:

Local Transport Plan, Speed advert complaint upheld, Parking space for bikes, Parked cars in cycle space, AGM announcement.

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Issue 25 (August/September 1999)

including articles on:

Oxford trip, Myth and reality, Car ads, Grand Arcade, All change on 25 August, Bike buddies, Motorbike threat to bus lanes, Sustrans routes to Cambridge, Two electric bikes reviewed, Postcode your bike?, Out and About.

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Issue 24 (June 1999)

including articles on:

12 – 20 June is National Bike Week, Now we are four, Station area plans, Cycle training scheme launched, Grand Arcade, The Transport Plan, Cycle Parking and Park & Ride, Crime and Disorder.

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Issue 23 (April 1999)

including articles on:

the Chancellor giving cyclists 12p, the Return of the Saturday Stall, the Chisholm Trail’s outer reaches, the Crime and Disorder Act and Local Transport Plans.

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Issue 22 (February 1999)

including articles on:

Bikes and Trains, Emmanuel Road traffic restrictions, Cycle Friendly Employers, Safer Routes to School, and Travel for Work survey results.

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Issue 21 (December 1998)

including articles on:

Cyclists and buses, Slowing down, Car parking in bus lanes, Cycling Police and the Science Park.

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Issue 20 (October 1998)

including articles on:

Mount Pleasant, Digging up King’s Parade, Blind people and cyclists, Cyclefest ’98, Ring Road blues and Hills Road progress.

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Issue 19 (August 1999)

including articles on:

The Integrated Transport White Paper, National Cycling Strategy, The 37 minute Hills Road bus race, BMA votes to keep helmets voluntary, and Do cycleways always mean loss of priority?

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Issue 18 (June 1998)

including articles on:

National Bike Week, Left-turn lanes, Bus priority, An Economic Case for Better Cycleways, Queen Edith’s Way survey and Home Zones.

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Issue 17 (April 1998)

including articles on:

Quy interchange, the Highway Code, Addenbrooke’s Bicycle User Group, the Chisholm Trail and the Newmarket Road Corridor Study.

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Issue 16 (February 1998)

including articles on:

Trinity Street, Bridge Street, access to the Science Park, National Cycle Network Update, Recruit a Friend and Save a Pound, and Cycle Insurance.

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Issue 15 (December 1997)

including articles on:

our trip to Groningen, our response to the “Integrated Transport Strategy” review, report on the second AGM, and more on how the councils work.

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Issue 14 (October 1997)

including articles on:

“More Cycling Bans”, “East Road Roundabout”, “Newmarket Road bus lanes”,”Furious Riding Prosecution”, and “New hazards in Milton”.

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Issue 13 (August 1997)

including articles on:

“Fact-finding trip to the Netherlands”, “Work postponed at dangerous junction”, “Child seat design”,”Legal aid after a crash”, and “First Campaign cycling statistics”.

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Issue 12 (June 1997)

including articles on:

“National Bike Week”, “Bus Lanes”,”Local News Round Up”, “Grand Cycle Ride ’97”, and the “Sea To Sea” route.

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Issue 11 (April 1997)

including articles on:

“Bridge Street”, “Road Death and Injury”, “Puncture Prevention”, our plans for “National Bike Week 1997”, and much, much more.

Issue 10 (February 1997)

including articles on:

our draft policy on shared-use footways, an article on rear-view mirrors for cyclists, and lots of news about forthcoming events.

Issue 9 (November 1996)

including articles on:

current schemes in and around Cambridge, a report on the recent “Cycle Training” days in Cambridge, and the date for our Christmas party.

Issue 8 (September 1996)

including articles on:

details of our AGM, our forthcoming Cycle Training days, and a report on the recent “Reclaim the Streets” event in Cambridge.

Issue 7 (July 1996)

including articles on:

the “National Cycling Strategy”, reports on all our National Bike Week events, and more about the Chesterton Road zebra crossing.

Issue 6 (May 1996)

including articles on:

our plans for National Bike Week.

Issue 5 (March 1996)

including articles on:

the Road Danger Reduction Meeting, our very own T-shirts, and the ‘Grand Cycle Ride’.

Issue 4 (January 1996)

including articles on:

the “Cycle promoter” job vacancy, the Burleigh Street and Fitzroy Street bike ban, and our very own manifesto.

Issue 3 (November 1995)

including articles on:

an insurance scheme for members, in conjunction with the Cyclist’s Touring Club, and featuring details of our Christmas Party.

Issue 2 (September 1995)

including articles on:

the cycle ban in Burleigh Street, our regular Saturday market stand, final constitution, and the elected officers.

Issue 1 (July 1995)

including articles on:

the public launch, first monthly meeting and draft constitution, and the National Cycle Network in Cambs.