Bicycling related websites

Just some of the websites which relate to using a bicycle for normal day-to-day activities; and some to do with campaigning to encourage more people to choose to use a bicycle.


Dutch Cycling EmbassyDutch Cycling Embassy"The Dutch expertise on cycling, be it urban planning, road design, bikeparking, traffic policy or (e)bikes, has value for other countries as well."
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain logoCycling Embassy of Great Britain"Acts as conduit for best practice around the world and gets standards, as opposed to guidelines, implemented to create cycle infrastructure that we can all be proud of and that people will use."
bicycling info logoBicycling InfoUSA cycling statistics and information
stop-sign logo (392x392)Stop Killing CyclistsCampaign group making these 10 DEMANDS
Space for Cycling logoSpace For CyclingHub for groups promoting 'Space for Cycling' (includes references to various groups' websites)


Cyclescape logoCycleScapeA toolkit for easy discussion and resolution of campaigning issues
Collideoscope logoCollideoscopeFind and report road collisions and near misses near you
Road Justice logoRoad JusticeCTC’s online tool to report bad driving (MET Police)
Fill That Hole logoFill That HoleCTC's website which makes it easy to report potholes and road defects.


Get Britain Cycling logoGet Britain CyclingWebified version of UK inquiry with recommendations that Department for Transport need to implement.



Alex Ingram:Amblescope
katsdekker:Eyetest: Collaboration beyond a 20/20 vision
Vole O'Speed:Space for cycling ride
As Easy As Riding a Bike:Why we need space for cycling
Beyond the Kerb:Space for cycling
Cyclists in the City:1 mile long
20's plenty for us:Why?
Two Wheels Good:Boris Johnson *still* doesn't get the message
Lo Fidelity Bicycle Club:Cycle campaigning simplified
Liveable:Cycling: Is a change underway?
Pedaller:What you can do right now


Bicycle Dutch:What qualifies as Dutch design?
Amsterdamize:Bicycle Cultures Are Man-Made
A view from the cycle path:How much time do you have ? Who are we doing this for ?
Copenhagenize:The Case for Bicycle Infrastructure

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