If you want an representative body free from the burden of history, legacy and ties, created to work in partnership with fellow organisations and charities in Great Britain, mainland Europe and around the world trading ideas and experiences in how to promote cycling and make cycling infrastructure work in urban and rural contexts. Then you have found it..
Primarily their aim is for well-designed and properly implemented dedicated bike infrastructure, to encourage everyone to ride. they want cycling to be the quickest, most direct way to get to our shops, workplaces and schools and for cycle routes to be integrated with longer-distance transport like trains and buses. This will mean freeing up space for both pedestrians and bikes, in our towns and along our major routes, opening up travel choices to the whole population not just the few. They believe that this will bring about nothing less than a transformation of our society.
isn’t that a breath of fresh air…