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 15th April
PROBABLY CANCELLED DUE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING Come along to the next RCC open meeting on Wednesday 15th April at 7.30pm.[...]
March 2020 Newsletter
The March 2020 RCC newsletter pdf is now downloadable from the Newsletters page, or you can click on each article[...]

Campaign Reports and Chairman's Letters

RBC Spring 2020 Report
The Cycle Forum on 4th December focused mainly on the LCWIP (Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan) that the Council[...]
Chairman’s Letter, December 2019
Dear RCC members, I don’t suppose anyone is unaware of climate change any more. We all know the climate is[...]
RBC Winter Report 2019
No meetings with the Council have taken place since the last Cycle Forum on 19 March, though at the time[...]

Latest News Updates

Reading’s Biggest Ever Road Repair Programme
At the end of 2019 residents were given the opportunity to participate in a consultation on Reading Borough Council’s 2020/21[...]
Christchurch Bridge To Get Hairpin Bends?
Berkeley Homes has now submitted its planning application for blocks of flats on Vastern Road. Importantly for cyclists this development[...]
Wokingham Road – New Cycle Lanes
RBC has recently repainted the cycle lanes along Wokingham Road. This was done as part of the works to create[...]
Cycling Challenge for Scientists’ Tribute
Why not take on your next cycling challenge!! A recent Sports England Active Lives survey showed that 6.3 million adults[...]
Cyclists At Roadworks, New TfL Guidance
Guidance for Local Authorities and their contractors has been limited to the Highways Agency Traffic Advisory Leaflet (TAL) 15/99 Cyclists[...]
Barriers To Cycling
Over the past 25 years Sustrans has established more than 16,000 miles of the National Cycle Network – though it[...]
Christchurch Bridge Access
The cycle and pedestrian bridge over the Thames near Reading Station, or Christchurch Bridge to give it its official title,[...]
Reading Bike Kitchen
Reading Bike Kitchen (RBK) is an entirely volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation founded to encourage cycling by making low cost bicycle maintenance[...]
Car Door Cycle Lanes – A Brief Reprise
In 2015 we made a big fuss when RBC painted cycle lanes in the car door danger zone alongside parking[...]