Network Expands to 35 Member Groups

2022 has been another busy one for 

This year we have already delivered close to 100 submissions to local and national authorities on various transport schemes – and have advanced campaigns on many fronts through our engagements with politicians, officials and the media. In another article, we will provide more details of this work and of the year’s campaigns and achievements. 

In 2022 we have also been expanding the size of our network and are delighted to announce that, following the hosting of our Annual Members’ Meeting last week, we now have 35 member groups. These are listed below and can be seen on our map here. Note that back in 2008, had just seven member groups so we have quintupled in size! 

We wish to give a special welcome to our newest member groups – Naas Cycling Campaign, Portarlington Cycling Campaign and The Republic of Bike (in Cork). We look forward to meeting up in person with them soon. 

Bike Friendly Bandon
Clonakilty Bicycle Circus
Clonakilty Bicycle Festival
Clonakilty Silver Bullet 
Connemara Greenway Alliance
Cork Cycling Campaign
Cork Cycling Festival
Cyclesense Skibbereen
Cycling Cloughjordan
Cycling Without Age
Drogheda Cycling
Dublin Cycling Campaign
Galway Cycling Campaign
Galway Urban Greenway Alliance
Gort Cycle Trails
Great Southern Trail (W Limerick / N Kerry)
Kerry Cycling Campaign
Kilkenny Cycling & Walking Campaign
Kinsale Loves Bikes
Leitrim Cycling Festival
Limerick Cycling Campaign
Love 30
Maynooth Cycling Campaign
Naas Cycling Campaign
Navan Cycling Initiative
Oranmore Christmas Cycle
Portarlington Cycling Campaign
Skerries Cycling Initiative
Sligo Cycling Campaign
The Republic of Bike
Waterford Bicycle User Group
Wee Greenway Initiative
Westport: 15 Minute Westport (West SEC)
Wexford Bicycle User Group
Wheels of Athenry

2 thoughts on “ Network Expands to 35 Member Groups”

  1. As a keen 70year old leisure cyclist I follow your cycling info and in particular consultations with numerous Government Departments and NGOs with great interest and encourage you to continue your excellent work. The days of being slave to the car must be challenged at every opportunity and your organization is promoting this aim well.

  2. Joe,
    Many thanks for your posting above and supportive comments – we really appreciate it. Yes, mobility needs to be change completely on multiple fronts, and particularly in response to the never-ending stream of casualties arising from motor vehicle collisions, the broader public health impacts from the current transport system and, of course, the climate crisis…..
    Best wishes and keep in touch.

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