Bikepacking | Cycling UK
If you're looking to travel light and often over uncertain surfaces while still maintaining the agility of your bike, then bikepacking is for you. Cycling UK has compiled the best advice, routes and reviews for you below from today's bikepacking experts.
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Find Your Local Cycling Group | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK has around 1000 Member and Affiliated cycling groups across the UK offering thousands of rides and events for all abilities. If you are a Cycling UK member you can ride with any of our Member Groups. Please check the requirements of Affiliated Groups in case you need to book or become a group member to take part.
Start cycling | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Start cycling. Everyone is a beginner when they start to cycle. With over 140 years’ experience in the saddle, we want to share our love of cycling, expertise and support with you. We champion a simple belief – that cycling should be a fun, inspiring and accessible.
Latest | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) May 10, 2022 · Elections, projections, cycling revolutions, and the morning after View. Friday, 6 May 2022. #Article. Big Bike Revival: The story so far View. Thursday, 5 May 2022. #Cycle magazine. Review: Iris Spinosa Winter Jacket View. Thursday, 5 May 2022. #Blog.
News | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Mar 22, 2022 · Five things to check out at the Cycle Show 2022 View. Thursday, 14 April 2022. #News. Cross party consensus on the need to invest in cycling in Northern Ireland View. Tuesday, 22 March 2022. #News. New survey paints a bleak picture of the state of local roads in the UK View. Thursday, 24 February 2022. #News.
Cycling Advice | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK has been sharing advice about cycling for over 140 years. We offer help, information and inspiration from a diverse range of impartial experienced cyclists and experts. Our aim is to help you get the most out of riding a bike, whatever your ability.
Cycling infrastructure: Transforming our streets | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) That’s why we campaign across the UK for more money for cycling, for streets that are designed for active travel, and for high quality cycling and walking infrastructure. You can help to shape the kind of places you want to live, work and move around in. Make sure your voice is heard and support our campaigning to transform our streets.
Cycling UK | The UK’s cycling charity
Posted: (53 years ago) Support Cycling! By supporting Cycling UK you'll join 70,000 cyclists giving us a louder voice when campaigning locally and nationally on the issues that are important to you, as well as receiving valuable member benefits. Whether you're new to cycling, ride regularly or want to get back into it, we cater for you. Join Renew Benefits.
Local groups and cycling clubs | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK has hundreds of Member Groups across the UK offering thousands of rides and events for all abilities. Every Cycling UK member can ride with any Member Group and non-members are always welcome to try out riding with a Cycling UK group.
EXPERIENCE | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) EXPERIENCE is a €23.3 million project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF, €16 million) through the Interreg VA France (Channel) England Programme 2014-2020, boosting visitor numbers in six pilot regions across England and France.This project will harness the experiential tourism trend to extend the season (October – March), generating 20 million …
Cycling UK's five year strategy is refreshed | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Sep 07, 2021 · In 2018, Cycling UK's five year strategy was published, in 2021 it's been updated mid-way through its five-year run. The last year and a half has seen huge changes in society and in the cycling landscape. As a result of these changes, Cycling UK’s current strategy, which runs until 2023, is being refreshed. The ‘what’ – the core goal – remains the same: to get millions more
Become a Cycle Friendly Place | Cycle Friendly Places
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycle Friendly Places accreditation makes it easy for small and medium businesses to be officially recognised as cycle friendly, attracting cyclists – both locally and holidaymakers – to come and enjoy a great experience, which is great for your business. Watch the video to find out how easy and beneficial accreditation can be.
Jobs | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) May 19, 2022 · Salary: £30,000 – £38,000 per annum. Contract: Full time, fixed-term until March 2023. Full description. Monitoring and evaluation officer. Closing date: Monday 23 May 2022. Location: Home-based in Scotland. Contract: Full time (37.5hrs), fixed term contract until 31 March 2023. Salary: £26,520 per annum per annum. Full description.
Shift | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) From cycle training and confidence boosting sessions to cargo bike trials for local businesses, we will help your ideas flourish. Our knowledgeable team of local development officers will be there to support you every step of the way, with access to training, networking and expert advice. Up to £1500 grant funding. Expert local support and advice.
Cycling UK's Cycling Statistics | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) The UK comes 22 nd for ‘cycling modal share’ (2%). The Netherlands comes top with c.27%. The UK comes 25 th for the proportion of people using a privately owned bike or scooter (inc. electric) as their mode of transport on a typical day (2%). Again, …
UK Cycling Events | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Club Ride: Round the Tay - Fife and Kinross centenary celebration. Joint ride with Fife and Tayside CTC. 17 Jul 22. CTC Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders. Dundee. Event: Sheffield Cycling 4 All. 18 Jul 22 to 16 Jul 24. Sheffield. Club Ride: Group Ride from the Glebe Centre Murton - 15miles.
Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) The Scotland Cycle Repair Scheme will help fix flat tyres, loose brakes and clunky gears to get folk pedalling again. Finances are tight for many people at the moment, so we know it can be difficult to pay for essential bike repairs. If you need a helping hand to get your bike into shape, this scheme provides free repair and maintenance work up ...
Save your trails before they are lost for good | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Feb 11, 2020 · Over 49,000 miles of paths across England and Wales are at risk of being lost forever, unless we make an effort to put them on the map. Cycling UK campaigns officer Sophie Gordon explains how we can save them before they disappear. Whether you use them for riding, running or walking the dog, our public paths are a gateway to adventure – a way ...
Cycling UK Forum - Index page
Posted: (53 years ago) May 09, 2022 · Use this board for general non-cycling-related chat, or to introduce yourself to the forum. 8912 Topics. 282600 Posts. Last post Re: Untrained passenger lands…. by DaveReading. 12 May 2022, 11:11pm. Test board. Use this board to try out posting messages, etc. Messages will be auto-deleted as time goes by.
Bike Week 2022 | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) The bike can give everyone freedom, freedom to choose how to travel and how to live their lives better and healthier. So this Bike Week from 6-12 June lets really celebrate cycling, it’s our chance to all come together and tell the UK that cycling is the answer, the answer to many questions – how can I help myself, my community, my county ...
Cycling in Kent | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Sep 07, 2019 · Cycling UK's guide to cycling in Kent gives you routes, events, clubs and advice to inspire you to cycle in the county. The ‘Garden of England’ is densely packed with trails, quiet lanes, big-ticket sightseeing, quirky coastal towns, salubrious towns and villages, and curious one-offs. Access is easy thanks to a network of trains, and you ...
Contact Cycling UK | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK staff are based all over the UK. Our office address is Cycling UK, Parklands, Railton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX. The Cycling UK office hours are Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm. Due to restrictions the office is closed to visitors and most staff at this time.
Register | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Register now for your free Cycling UK website account. Username *. Please enter a username of your choice. E-mail address *. If you are an existing member then please use the same email address as you have registered with us. If you are already a member and you do not have an email address registered with us please contact the membership ...
Advice for beginners | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Advice for beginners. Everyone is a beginner when they start to cycle. With over 140 years’ experience in the saddle, we want to share our love of cycling, expertise and support with you. We champion a simple belief – that cycling should be a fun, inspiring and accessible.
10 British cycle routes | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Feb 08, 2018 · The Camel Trail, Cornwall. The UK’s most popular tourist cycle route attracts 350,000 cyclists each year. It’s a 17-mile ex-rail route beside the River Camel from Poley’s Bridge to Padstow, via Bodmin and Wadebridge. It’s ideal for younger children riding their own bikes or sitting in trailers, and while riding both ways is a long day ...
Rural Connections | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) A new project for 2021, Rural Connections supports people to cycle, walk and wheel – for everyday journeys, leisure and adventure. We offer: A wide range of cycling and walking activities for all abilities. Short and long-term cycle loans to help people find a cycle that works for them. Support for local organisations to coordinate and add ...
200 cycling routes | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) To celebrate the Cycling UK's 140th birthday in 2018 we collected over 140 unique cycling routes across the UK from people who have strong connections with the organisation, since then we have added more. There are cycling rides to suit all-abilities from well-known cyclists, cycling brands, cycling magazines, cycling groups, community clubs, cycling development projects and
Cycling UK Training
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK's vision is of a healthier, happier and cleaner world, because more people cycle. We want people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be able to cycle safely, easily and enjoyably. Cycling UK has championed the cause of cycling for more than 140 years. We promote all forms of cycling, protect the interests of existing and would ...
Cycle safety: make it simple | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK wants more people cycling more safely. More than 10,000 people have supported Cycling UK's ‘Cycle safety: make it simple’ report which sets out a blueprint for how to achieve this by improving cyclists’ safety and making it feel safer at the same time. Now we need the Government to listen, and then act upon our recommendations, some of which would be …
Cycle for Health | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycle for Health is a a programme that provides a route into regular activity, building fitness and self-esteem. Designed specifically for adults identified as having poor mental or physical health, the 12-week package of support develops skills and grows confidence through cycle training and led bike rides. Created in West Yorkshire as part of ...
Cycling UK in Scotland | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK has been delivering projects in Scotland since 2010, as well as running campaigns and influencing policy at Holyrood and locally, supporting over 4,000 members and advocating for cycling across the nation. Our projects allow more people to discover the joy of cycling, whether that's zipping about on errands, exploring the local area or finding ways improve their
Community Cycle Clubs | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Community Cycle Clubs are at the heart of our programme to bring about sustained change and to encourage more people to cycle. We have more than 200 diverse clubs across England and Scotland, which have engaged with more than 50,000 people. Clubs run in all sorts of places including with older people’s groups, youth groups, workplaces ...
Cycling UK membership types | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycling UK membership types. Join Cycling UK today for great benefits to support your cycling and to enable our great work as a charity. We have a number of membership types and payment options available, but please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions.
Where can I cycle off-road? (England and Wales) | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Mar 18, 2021 · Where can I ride? In England and Wales, cyclists have a legal right to ride on some public paths, but not others (see below). There are a variety of other off-road access opportunities, such as disused railway tracks (often highlighted as part of the national cycle network), country parks and canal towpaths, most of which are ideal for beginners and family …
History | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) View Cycling UK's full timeline. A brief overview of Cycling UK's history. 1878 - Bicycle Touring Club founded at Harrogate on 5 Aug by Stanley Cotterell and 80 members elected. 1880 - First lady member (Mrs W. D. Welford) is admitted. 1883 - Organization re-titled 'Cyclists' Touring Club'.
Renew Membership | Cycling UK Shop
Posted: (53 years ago) 01483-238301. [email protected]cyclinguk.org. Your letter and new membership card should arrive 4-6 weeks before your renewal date. If you pay by Direct Debit you don’t need to do anything as your membership will automatically be renewed.
Cycle Insurance | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) As a Cycling UK member, you can save 15% on a home insurance policy with Pedal Cover, an average saving of £50 per customer. Your Yellow Jersey discount will save you £50 on an annual policy. Discounts for Cycling UK members £50* off annual policies 15% on a home insurance policy with an average saving of £50* per customer Bicycles up to £ ...
Insurance for cycling | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) Trophies and clubroom effects insurance for Cycling UK groups is also available directly from our brokers. Contact Butterworth Spengler Insurance Brokers on 0151 494 4400 and mention Cycling UK. Please note that Cycling UK is not authorised to give advice on the suitability of insurance cover or sell insurance policies.
Cycle Advocacy Network | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) The Cycle Advocacy Network (CAN) brings together people with a shared interest in creating the conditions that enable more people to cycle, including better infrastructure for cycling and safer roads. The CAN resources, events and tools on this page are open to all, and there are specific ways to get involved listed below.
Experience Kent by bike | Cycle Friendly Places
Posted: (53 years ago) Cycle Friendly Kent. The ‘Garden of England’ is densely packed with trails, quiet lanes, big-ticket sightseeing, quirky coastal towns, salubrious towns and villages, and curious one-offs. Whether you fancy an invigorating ride along the cycle paths linking colourful seaside towns, or prefer to head inland and explore the rolling green ...
West Dorset Cycling | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) West Dorset Cycling is an affiliated club. All members are involved and contribute as they wish. We have a democratic but free and easy organisation appropriate to our cycling and social activities. Our heritage with CTC goes back to 1926 and the affiliated club status gives us a different and better club future, one where members are fully ...
British Cycle Quest | Cycling UK
Posted: (53 years ago) The British Cycle Quest is a challenge you've got the rest of your life to complete - there are no time limits - and you're on your way as soon as you've cycled down the road and located your very first checkpoint. Checkpoints are scattered throughout England, Wales and Scotland including many islands. Wherever you are, you'll most likely find ...
Today fitness is not about hobby, it is way of life. Many people work in offices and use their vehicles to get to the destination point. That's why people move way less, than they should. As a result, they gain extra weight, as well as serious health problems. Regular fitness exercises with personal trainer help keep the life balanced and add that activity into the daily routine of modern people.
If you are looking for the way to loose weight, fitness is usually not enough. That's because it's a must to keep balance between the calories one consumes and calories they spend. If you don't know, where to start, it is a good idea to check your BMI (body mass index). You can do the calculations by yourself, or use a BMI calculator. When you have your BMI, you will see, how much of extra weight you have. Next, calculate the balance of nutrients to gain your goal, and mind the number of calories you need to spend to loose weight.