The Cork Cycling Campaign participates in numerous initiatives to support cyclists and to promote cycling in Cork.  Current projects and campaigns include:

Local Action Groups:

Ballincollig Local Action Group


Bike Week (10 – 18 June 2018):

Heritage Cycle: WW1 in Cork (14 June):  Visit sites in Cork with World War 1 connections, and follow it up with nibbles at the Electric!

ABC Bike Train (11-15 June):   Join people cycling together from Ballincollig to Cork in the morning commuting hour.

Take on Pat! (15 June): Cork’s Lord Mayor leads the charge up St Patrick’s Hill to show that e-bikes can transform cycling in our hilly city.  See our report and images of the event here.

Past projects and campaigns include:
Cycle Commuting Workshop (7 June 2018) (POSTPONED)
Campus Cycling Week (12 to 16 March 2018)
Cycling etiquette (discussion document)
Feedback from Cork’s Cyclists
Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 – Minimum passing distance legislation

Contact us with your ideas about how to make Cork more cycling friendly – we’d love to hear them.  And join us to get involved!