We have to do better on transport! We need a new approach that helps people cycle, walk and get to where they want to be without destroying the countryside and having traffic everywhere. Come along and support the campaign! Come to the conference at the Brighthelm Centre in Brighton on June 15th and hear about a new perspective. Book your ticket here! https://www.facebook.com/events/347059775923479/
Volunteer marshals needed urgently!
Would you like to help marshal a local cycling event for a good cause? This year, the “Living Coast ride” is on Sunday, 19 May, 2019.
CSS (the organisers) will generously make a donation to Bricycles of £10 for every marshal who offers their support, so it’s a bit of a fundraiser for us, too!
If you would like to marshal, please contact Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile: 07889 302229 Web: www.css.bike
Marshals needed because some volunteers have dropped out.
Details of the ride are at: https://www.bht.org.uk/greater-brighton-cycle-challenge-2019/
On Thursday April 25th, starts promptly at 7.30 pm till 9.00 pm at Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD. Arrive from 7 pm for tea and coffee.
Join us at a local elections hustings on transport. This is your opportunity to find out more about where the different political parties stand on local transport issues. We have invited representatives from the four main parties. Sustainable transport expert Stephen Joseph OBE will be speaking about how healthy, active and sustainable local transport has been delivered across the UK. See our Facebook page (search for Bricycles) and look for events or click: https://www.facebook.com/events/593760521098327/
Please send completed membership forms and renewals to our new address.
Old London Road
Also use the above postal address for any information for our general attention which cannot be sent electronically.
You can write to us at our generic email address: email@example.com or contact individual Bricycles officers, details on the contacts page.
The Sussex Pad crossing is the best, safe road crossing of the A27 for cyclists for miles around.
Most local cyclists know it well and use it to get from Shoreham across the A27 to Coombs and Steyning.
It’s also used by charity bike rides, pedestrians and horse-riders. But now it’s threatened with closure and only inferior alternatives have been put forward. We need your help to save the crossing.
Can you join us and take action?
Sign the petition at https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/save-our-sussex-pad-crossing/
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This year Brighton Housing Trust has teamed up with The Living Coast to create the Greater Brighton Cycling Challenge, comprising three exciting cycling experiences.
For further information follow the link below.
The council will shortly begin designing improvements for the third phase of the Valley Gardens project. This will include the Old Steine area and the Palace Pier roundabout.
The council is inviting people to tell them what they think about the area at the moment. The responses will be used to help inform the proposed designs.
To make sure your views are included please complete the survey by 29 June 2018 following the link below.
Cycling UK needs your help to get more people cycling more safely.
The Government in Whitehall wants to hear what type of cyclist you are, and what you think would make cycling and walking not just safer, but also feel safer. They’re especially keen to hear from people who are less certain on our roads or who have been put off from cycling altogether.
You can use Cycling UK’s automated reply by on this important consultation:
Cycle Safety consultation ends 1 June 2018
PS Apologies for the late posting of this post.