Safe Cycling

There’s lots of tips for people starting to embrace cycling or for those who wish to cycle more safely.

Unacceptable Cycling Deaths

11 Cyclists Tragically Killed in Ireland Already in 2017

What has happened on Irish Roads in 2017 that has brought about this relative carnage of killing cyclists, when, before we have yet reached mid-year we have already seen more cycling deaths than in all of 2016, which in itself was a high level compared to most previous years?

Get Writing! - Get Active!

Dublin City Council have posted a very important consultation opportunity on the proposed closure of a section of Eden Quay to all private motorised traffic. It is proposed to limit access to public transport (PT), bikes, and taxis. There are other ancilliary moves to improve PT and cycling as well within the city centre and, in particular, on the north and south quays.

A Fold-Away Bike Helmet....For Real!?

Helmet Innovation

This one is hard to believe, but it could revolutionise our whole view of the role of Bicycle Helmets! Here is a foldable recyclable helmet, that is likely to retail for under €5, as reported in last week’s Irish Times - http://www.irishtimes.com/business/fold-away-5-bike-helmet-wins-dyson-aw… . Coined by its inventor as an ‘Eco Helmet’ it might encourage a lot of sceptical non helmet users to give it a try!?

Cyclist.ie and Dublin Cycling Campaign strongly endorse the Jake’s Legacy campaign

Press release issued 17th February for immediate use to coincide with Jake’s Legacy vigil at Leinster House gate from Sun 15th to Wed 18th Feb.

Dublin Cycling Campaign / Cyclist.ie– The Irish Cycling Advocacy Network – strongly endorses the ‘Jake’s Legacy’ campaign to introduce lower speed limits in residential areas and estates. We have been campaigning for 30 kph to become the default urban speed limit here in Ireland, similar to many UK and European cities.

Monthly Public Meeting - Bicycle Collisions: Why are they Being Under-reported?

Our public talk this month will be presented by Prof Brian Caulfield of Trinity. He will speak on his recent paper “The safety challenge of increased cycling”. This discusses the under-reporting of RTC’s (Road Traffic Collisions) involving cyclists and presents a number of policy relevant conclusions. This is an unmissable event for anyone who has been in a bicycle collision or a near-miss or anyone on a mission to avoid ever being in a collision! Spread the word!

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