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Cycle Winchester launches membership scheme

As we previously reported, Cycle Winchester has become a fully-fledged association, with a constitution, officers and even a bank account! The goodwill of willing volunteers, much appreciated support from our founding supporters, and generous donations from you when we’ve passed the hat at Mass Rides have all been brilliant. But

A big step forward for Cycle Winchester

For more than three years, through the quietly determined efforts of a small band of volunteers, Cycle Winchester has steadily exerted an influence over local and national transport authorities, in pursuit of our primary aim: making Winchester better by bike. Last October we reported on our main activities and achievements

Winchester Cycling Charter reaches 500!

Since launching in March, over 70 organisations have signed-up to the charter and shown their support for a more cycle-friendly city – including most of the leading Winchester institutions and a wide selection of high street names. And we now have over 500 individual supporters. Thank you for backing this

People Who Cycle in Winchester #10

Camilla (mum) & Macayle (daughter) Camilla: Our family has been in Winchester since 2017. I work part-time as a theatre nurse in the hospital. Growing up in Brisbane I learnt to ride a bike but the blistering heat was a good deterrent to regular cycling! It was when our family