Your local voice for cycle friendly streets and places
Campaigning until everyone in and around Cheltenham and Tewkesbury can feel confident cycling from their front door to wherever they want to go.
We have currently paused campaign activities. You can read more here. Last update made in January 2024. Functionality of the website may degrade over time, but we have left articles here for future reference.
We keep you up to date with the latest local news
We seek out the best routes, guides and tips
Mapping that covers every street in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury.
Low traffic route maps and videos for those just starting out or riding gently.
The best resources to gain confidence and skills to take on busier routes.
We connect expertise, experience and local knowledge
Our wish lists for Cheltenham and Gloucestershire show key opportunities for rapid improvement in each local area.
Our guidance library collects the best of UK and international cycle guidance of cycle friendly places and facilities.
Our connections page shows you who’s responsible for cycling in Gloucestershire, and who to contact about local issues.
We are also constituted and affiliated to Cycling UK, connecting us to of a network of over 70,000 campaigners and allowing our members to get discounts on cycle insurance and liability cover, and a national incident support line.
We are local people who share a simple vision…
Easy journeys to wherever people work, care or volunteer, in and around our towns.
Safe routes to cycle to school, with every secondary school pupil able to cycle on their own.
Enjoyable trips for shopping, entertainment and meeting friends out and about.
Cycle-accessible onward connections for train and bus journeys from all transport hubs.
We want the right environment on the streets in and around our towns for people to comfortably make a 2 to 3 mile journey by cycle, with safe and direct routes, and secure parking when they get there.
We also want to encourage those who are not as confident that cycling is for them, whilst not creating barriers for more experienced cyclists who want to go further.