Lots in Cycle Hayling’s August newsletter (if you’re not too busy out cycling!) :
- 20 ways Boris’ Gear Change for cycling has blown us away
- Help us build our 2020 vision for a cycle-friendly Hayling
- Government copies our Revive-A-Bike scheme!
- We’re starting up Cycle Havant
- And we’re working on Cycle Hampshire
- Our August Hayling Herald article if you missed it
Or you can read it online here.
Boris’ Gear Change for cycling
Help us build our 2020 vision
So Cycle Hayling is 10 years old, and what a year to start our next 10 years.
If the Covid-19 lockdown has taught us one-thing, it’s that plenty of us want to cycle, and stay healthy doing it, but that Hayling’s cycling infrastructure is still woefully inadequate for most people.
Boris’ Gear Change means Hayling can change too. Tell us what what cycling should be like on Hayling, what’s needed, and where. Help us set priorities.
Help us now to build our 2020 vision here .
Government copies our Revive-A-Bike scheme!
Well, we were ahead of the game – our £50 Revive-A-Bike has done its work and now been superseded by the government £50 ‘Fix your bike’, but the 28 bikes we revived have been riding round the island for the last 2 months.
Thank you Councillor Lance Quantrill and Hayling Cycles. Full details here.
We’re starting up Cycle Havant
All of Hayling’s transport decisions are made in Havant Borough Council, and yet they don’t have any single body representing cycling and walking that they can talk to. So we’re just starting Cycle Havant to do just that, just on Facebook initially. Come and sign up here.
And we’re working on Cycle Hampshire
And because many of Havant’s transport decisions are made in Hampshire County Council, who also don’t have any single body representing cycling and walking, we’re working on that too.
Our August Hayling Herald article
And if our August Hayling Herald article passed you by, you can see it here.