About Us, Events and Newsletter Updates

About Reading Cycle Campaign
Reading Cycle Campaign is a voluntary organisation that campaigns for better facilities for cyclists in Reading and surrounding areas. We[...]
Open meeting on Wednesday 20th October
A chance for any member to raise any issue (as long as it's cycling related).  We also plan to discuss[...]
September 2021 Newsletter
The Autumn 2021 RCC newsletter pdf is now downloadable from the Newsletters page, or you can click on each article[...]

Campaign Reports 

RBC Autumn 2021 Report
I have not noticed any improvements for cyclists in Reading over the last few months, although the Council has completed[...]
WBC Autumn Report 2021
The next cycle forum meeting is scheduled for 21 September. There has been an allocation from the Active Travel Capability[...]
RBC Summer 2021 Report
Traffic is now getting close to pre-Covid levels, but with different travel patterns. There appear to be more cycle commuters[...]

Latest News Updates

What stops you from cycling regularly?
As a very nervous cyclist, I am not inclined to get on my bike, even to do a simple journey[...]
Other Autumn 2021 Campaign News
Christchurch Bridge – Berkeley Appeal Planning Rejection Berkeley Homes’ proposed redevelopment of the former SSE site off Vastern Road was[...]
Chairman’s Letter, Autumn 2021
Dear RCC members, At our AGM on 18 August, Reading Cycle Campaign invited Councillors from each of the four political[...]
Why do cyclists so often get criticised?
Is it our behaviours, or attitudes? Is it others’ green guilt or what? Whatever, it affects our pleasure or otherwise[...]
Cyclists’ collisions update
The website www.crashmap.co.uk is always a useful source of good but unwelcome information. The latest 2020 injuries are now shown,[...]
RBC Question Time
After the formalities of our 2021 AGM we engaged RBC Councillors from all the political parties in a cycle question[...]
Other Summer 2021 Campaign News
Christchurch Bridge – Southern Extension Design Rejected The cycle and pedestrian bridge over the Thames near Reading Station, or Christchurch[...]
School Streets Helps Promote Children Cycling
Anyone who has a child in school will have suffered the misery of traffic outside the school gates. In fact,[...]
Chairman’s Letter, Summer 2021
Dear RCC members, Your committee have asked me to take over as the Chair of RCC and I am most[...]