Olympic records for both sprinting and mingling were smashed to bits at last Saturday’s Bicycle Christmas Party!
Great News for Cycling and Dublin City
Dublin City Council together with Dublin Cycling Campaign / Cyclist.ie are bidding to host the world’s largest cycling conference, Velo-C
If you are scratching your head wondering what to buy a cycling friend this festive season, scratch no more! We have lovely Dublin Cycling Campaign Gift Membership Cards hot off the press.
This one is hard to believe, but it could revolutionise our whole view of the role of Bicycle Helmets!
Dublin Cycling Campaign was delighted to be part of an event held in Trinity College Dublin on Thursday 17th November all about impro
Dublin Cycling Campaign is a member of Cyclist.ie - the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network (ICAN), which in turn is the Irish member of the European Cyclists’ Federation (
Cycling Ireland is the national governing body for the sport of cycling, in Ireland.
We are delighted to see that South Dublin County Council has proposed a 30 km/h speed limit in most residential estates in its latest review of speed limits (see public consultation).
Sorcha de Brún, one of Dublin Cycling Campaign’s members, penned the following seasonal piece for us. Many thanks Sorcha!
Dear Cyclist !
A funny old place is Dundalk,
There seems to be a lot of Pun-talk.
It’s run over by cyclists
Who fancy their biceps,
I think they should dismount and walk!
Paul Rouse, the noted sports historian has written the article below, on cycling in Ireland, in a recent edition of the Examiner newspaper.
We are happy to see a significant proposal for a big improvement not just for cycling, but for walking, public transport and driving.
David O Connor is both a well known lecturer in DIT and a staunch member of Dublin Cycling Campaign.
Fingal County Council (FCC) is the only Local Authority in the County of Dublin that has not appointed a Cycling Officer; nor has it established a Cycle Forum as other Cou
We are delighted to see one of our major national newspapers, the Irish Times, going out to bat for a better future for cycling, and we make no bones about publicising that fact here on our website
In this article below, published on Engineers Ireland website, and submitted as a paper for Veo City Conference 2017 in Nijmegen, Holland, by the Irish engineers involved we see how an amazingly ic
Dublin Cycling Campaign is (we think!) one of the busiest advocacy organisations in the capital.
This afternoon, Dublin City Council’s Strategic Policy Committee on Transport will be debating the latest Option 7 proposal on the proposed Liffey Cycle Route.
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