Promotion and Education

Turning Dublin into a top cycling city isn’t just about building more cycle lanes. In fact, if we can encourage more people to cycle, it will make the city safer for all road users and have a natural traffic calming effect. This is where cycling promotion comes in: to show people how safe and pleasant it can be to cycle in Dublin. Yes there is room for improvement in cycling infrastructure, but many people travelling short distances around the city can easily switch to cycling and reap the health, time, and stress reduction benefits.

Our cycling promotion activities include monthly meetings with invited guest speakers, social cycles and taking part in events such as National Bike Week, Electric Picnic and other festivals.

Related Information on Promotion and Education

Liffey Cycle - Sunday 2nd April 2017 @dublincycling #LiffeyCycle

Liffey Cycle Sunday 2nd April 2017

Dublin Cycling Stories - dublinbikes

Dublin Cycling Stories - dublinbikes

Dublin Cycling Stories - Julie

Dublin Cycling Stories - Julie

Dublin Cycling Stories - Lisa

Dublin Cycling Stories - Lisa

Dublin Cycling Stories - Georgia

Dublin Cycling Stories - Georgia

Cycling Campaign Members - Risteárd Mulcahy

Member Stories - Risteard Mulcahy

Cycling with Michelle

Cycling with Michelle

Cycling with Max

Cycling with Max

On-road cycle training

Sligo's Pedal Power Training

Cycling with Tiny

Cycling with Tiny

Cycling with Julie

Cycling with Julie

Cycling with Gul

Cycling with Gul

Cycling with Job

Cycling with Job

15. Ally Menary's presentation at Dublin Cycling Campaign's conference 2012

Ally Menary's at Dublin Cycling Campaign's 2012 Conference

Cycling with Amanda

Cycling with Amanda

Dublin Cycling Stories - Paul

Dublin Cycling Stories - Paul

11. Heather Boyle's presentation at Dublin Cycling Campaign's conference 2012

Bike for Life - Cycling Ireland's programme to close the gender gap

14. Dr. Catherine Woods presentation at Dublin Cycling Campaign's conference 2012

School children's active travel and gender differences

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