Cycle Winchester is a local community action group, campaigning to make Winchester better by bike.
Our aim is to create a better Winchester by promoting cycling as a convenient, healthy and inexpensive way to get around the city, as well as campaign for improved provision for cyclists. In so doing, we also hope to reduce traffic congestion and pollution in order to make Winchester a more enjoyable place to live, work and visit.
Through a range of cycling events and other initiatives, we hope to highlight the many benefits of cycling and encourage more people to get on their bikes and join us in our campaign to make Winchester better by bike.
You can support our campaign – and gain discounts at local bike shops – by becoming a member.
Hampshire County Council has reached phase 2 of its work on a Movement Strategy for Winchester and has published an “Emerging strategy document” for consultation. You can download the movement strategy document here. We urge you all to read the document and make your own responses by the closing date ...Read More
It’s nearly here! Hopefully you are excited as we are at once again taking over the streets of Winchester for a short while to demonstrate the strength and diversity of our cycling community and the joy of pedal-power. And it’s not too late to invite friends and neighbours to join ...Read More
Details of our second, festive, mass ride, taking place on the morning of 15th December, are now confirmed. Once again, we invite you to join us on a mass ride, in the form of a ‘bike train’, bringing riders from pick-up points around the city to converge on the central one-way ...Read More
The day of our Second Cycle Winchester Mass Ride on December 15th is fast approaching. We’d love this one to be the biggest and best yet! You can help us by getting the word out. We have printed A4 posters and A5 leaflets ready to distribute. If you know places ...Read More
As you will have seen in the news, the new Sports and Leisure Park at Bar End has been granted planning permission. This followed a 3 hour public planning committee meeting where numerous objectors and a selection of councillors all raised the issue of access to the leisure centre for ...Read More