• Do you care about people, planet and the future?
• Do you want to hold our decision makers and big corporations to account, and ask them to create the change our climate desperately needs?
• Do you want our fossil-fuel guzzling transport system to be reformed?
• Can you cycle a few miles?
If so, lets get the powerful message of climate action and people power to the critical decision makers at COP26. Join the #ride2COP26, a movement of individuals travelling to COP26 purely powered by ourselves and our trusty two-wheeled-steeds.
Rain of shine (you really can’t trust the Great British weather!) the ride will be full of colour and joy as individuals come together to create collective change and climate action.
One mile or 50, anyone is welcome to join the movement as we wind our way towards Glasgow in the weeks leading up to COP26 (31st Oct-12th November 2021). Think of it like a ‘tag team’ – people joining the ride for a few miles as it passes their area!
Members of MCC will join the ride at Warrington, riding onwards to Lancaster. For information contact Don Thompson email@example.com
Saturday 25 September 2021
In eight years, 1118 cyclists and pedestrians have been killed or seriously injured in Liverpool. That’s one cyclist or pedestrian per road kilometre. While some new cycle lanes have been installed, they have not created a coherent network, while the dismantling of the West Derby cycle lane sends the wrong message about who is given priority in road safety planning.
The protest is to commemorate those injured and killed and to demand safer travel.
This is how it works: cycle or walk from across the city towards the Pier Head. Meet friends on the way, become a group, and show that you are cycling or walking for a reason (feel free to decorate your bike or bring a poster). Wear a purple top. Bring bells. All meet at the Pier Head at 12 noon on 25 September.
Show the city that we exist, that we matter and that we want to be able to use the roads and pavements safely, and that there are many who would love to use active travel if only – if only active travel was safe. For us, for our kids, for the climate, for our future.
Hosted by Liverpool Cycling Campaign
Confirmed speakers – Councillor Tom Crone, Dr Kay Inckle, Councillor Jay Roberts and Councillor Kris Brown.
Cyclists of all ages and abilities can explore tree-lined tracks of Wirral’s historic Leverhulme Estate in a popular event returning on Sunday, 12 September 2021.
The Leverhulme Summer Cycle was last held in 2019 with hundreds of cyclists of all ages enjoying the opportunity to explore some of the hidden paths of the Estate.
A leisure bike ride, it will include the opportunity to sample the delights of various independent stall-holders located on the cycle route and outlets at Brimstage Hall and Courtyard.
This is a free event to attend but registration is required this year so participants can be updated with any last minute instructions and possible restrictions on numbers relating to COVID-19.
Sunday, 12 September 2021 – 10:00 – 16:00
Claire House Children’s Hospice, Clatterbridge Road, Clatterbridge, Wirral CH63 4JD
Free Community Cycle Rides – September 2021
Aigburth Community Cycle Club is a community club affiliated to Cycling UK and offering free cycle rides led by local trained volunteers.
All rides start at John Mitchel Sports Field, Greenbank Lane, L17 1AG opposite student halls of residence.
For more information and to book onto a ride
phone: 0151 728 7884 or join our group on the Spond bookings app: https://group.spond.com/GSDOY
Bikes available to borrow for free for all rides
5-mile traffic-free rides
Sefton park, Otterspool, Festival Gardens
Thurs 9 September 6pm-7.30pm
Thurs 23 September 10am-11.30am
Thurs 2 September 6pm-8pm
Sefton Park to Garston Coastal Reserve
Sun 19 September 10.30am-12.30pm
Sefton Park to Crosby (return by train)
Saturday 11 September 10am-3pm
Sefton Park to Ainsdale (return by train)
Saturday 26 September 10am-2pm
Sefton Park to Stanley Park via Loop Line
The Merseyside Cycling Campaign Annual General Meeting will be on Saturday 5 December at 10.15 for a 10.30 start.
Meeting ID: 714 875 4929
Chairs opening remarks – Eddy Taylor
Annette Marti (Greenpeace) – Transform Transport campaign
Sustrans – Liveable Neighbourbhoods
New Cyclists (Cycle of Life)
Cycling Advocacy Network
Local campaigns for 2021
Proposed new positions including Volunteer Co-ordinator & Social Media roles
Election of Officers
Area Reports (including Knowsley, Sefton, Wirral, Halton and Liverpool).
Dr Bike Schedule – 21st-25th Sept
Come and get your bike checked for FREE!
At these events you can expect mechanics to carry out a bike ‘triage’ service: fixing minor repairs and checking to make bikes safe and road worthy.
21/09/2020 Britannia Inn 3-6pm BikeRight!
21/09/2020 Sefton park 3-6pm Cheshire Cycles
21/09/2020 Princess Park 3-6pm Cycle of Life
21/09/2020 Tuebrook Police station 3-6pm St Helens – Pedal Power
22/09/2020 Myrtle st/Crown pk 3-6pm Cycle of Life
22/09/2020 Tuebrook Police station 3-6pm St Helens – Pedal Power
24/09/2020 Unity Youth Club 5-8pm Cycle of Life
24/09/2020 Tuebrook Police station 3-6pm St Helens – Pedal Power
25/09/2020 Britannia Inn 3-6pm BikeRight!
25/09/2020 Sefton park 3-6pm Cheshire Cycles
Major road schemes on the Strand and at Lime Street are planned by Liverpool City Council.
Public information roadshow, which will feature videos and information boards, 10am to 6.30pm on:
• Monday 20, January at RIBA NW, Mann Island
• Tuesday 21, January at Aloft Hotel, North John Street
• Wednesday 22 January at Holiday Inn, Lime Street
Friday, 31 January 2020 from 18:30-21:00
Chinese Arch, Nelson St, L1 5DN Liverpool
Critical Mass Liverpool page https://www.facebook.com/groups/8135166620/
Thursday 24th October at 3.30pm
At the pelican crossing between Priory Wood and the entrance to Festival Gardens
Liverpool Council has decided to push ahead with plans to construct a dual carriageway along the route of Jericho Lane, Riverside Drive and Sefton Street. LCC has declared a Climate Emergency, but building a road will lead to more car journeys and will generate more carbon emissions. Air pollution will worsen in the area around the road.
This LCC report from 2018 was not presented to the public at consulations in 2019: https://liverpool.greenparty.org.uk/news/2019/09/13/south-liverpool-road-plan/
Merseyside Cycling Campaign AGM
Saturday 7 December
10am for 10.30am start
Fodder Canteen, 65a Norfolk Street, L1 0BE Liverpool
Vegan Scouse will be available and other snacks
Please sign up so we can gauge numbers attending