The Cork Cycling Campaign participates in numerous initiatives to support cyclists and to promote cycling in Cork. Current projects and campaigns include:
Campus Cycle Week (24-28 September): Promoting and celebrating cycling at Cork’s higher educational institutions
Extending Cork’s public Bike Sharing Scheme (more to follow shortly)
Local Action Groups: Working to address walking & cycling concerns and make neighbourhoods cycle-friendly
Past projects and campaigns include:
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.
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