Register to Bi-Cycle with Pride (coffee & cake too)

Galway Cycling Campaign is delighted to co-host a special edition of our CycleCoffeeCake events with Galway Community Pride in Galway city centre this Sunday morning, 16 August. Bi-Cycle Pride & Coffee / Bi-Cycle agus Caife is a special co-hosted event between Galway Cycling Campaign and Galway Community Pride for the 2020 festival. ** EVENT DETAILS […]

July Stimulus can change Galway cityscape: bike racks will be like wildflowers – popping up everywhere

Our chairperson Kevin Jennings outlines what the ‘big pot of July Stimulus mobility funding’ can do to create jobs and #ChangeOurStreets The government’s July Stimulus programme has created opportunities to quickly change our streets by creating more facilities for people who walk, wheel and cycle, according to the Galway Cycling Campaign. With funding available from […]

CycleCoffeeCake spins to Renmore and Roscam

An August Bank Holiday with a different spin – a gentle social cycle from Renmore to Roscam hosted by the Galway Cycling Campaign CycleCoffeeCake pedalled away to the Galway city east for the August Bank Holiday with new and returning faces joining the group. The route was led by Dan Clabby, Treasurer of Galway Cycling […]

Galway Cycle Bus announces summer Family Cycles

Save some August dates in your diaries for Family Cycles in Oranmore, Renmore and Knocknacarra. The Galway CycleBus is delighted to announce that they will organise three Family Cycles in August in Oranmore, Renmore and Knocknacarra. Communities all over the city and county want to establish cycle buses in the absence of safe and protected […]

Galway cyclists call for lower speed limits

Galway needs to follow the example of Wales and decrease its speed limits for urban areas from 50km/h to 30km/h. All welcome to our online public meeting with Gwenda Owen of Cycling UK- Wales. Galway city council is currently in the process of a public consultation about revising speed limit bye-laws throughout the city and […]