About the RCC
About the Reading Cycle Campaign
Reading Cycle Campaign is a voluntary organisation that campaigns for better facilities for cyclists in Reading and surrounding areas. We[...]
Forthcoming Events
Reading Town Meal 29th September
Following on from Waterfest in June our next public appearance will be at the Reading Town Meal on Saturday 29th[...]
RCC Newsletter
September 2018 Newsletter
The September 2018 RCC newsletter pdf is now downloadable from the Newsletters page, or you can click on each article[...]
Latest News
Driving Instructors To Get Cycle Awareness Training
In June Transport Minister Jesse Norman announced additional training for driving instructors to “ensure cyclists’ safety is at the forefront[...]
Latest News
Southcote 20 Mile An Hour Limit
Southcote has a new 20 mile an hour speed limit, and various measures to reduce traffic issues, and make it[...]
Latest News
Cycle Routes Fit For Cycling?
I remember some years ago a Zimbabwean colleague told me a joke that was doing the rounds in his home[...]
Reading Campaign Report
RBC Autumn Report
Since the last Campaign News in the summer we are awaiting a Cycle Forum meeting, maybe in September. Unfortunately, there[...]
Wokingham Campaign Report
WoBC Autumn Report
I responded to the consultation by WoBC on the western part of the North Wokingham Distributor Road from the M4[...]
Cycle Forum
Cycle Forum
The Cycle Forum is the quarterly meeting of RBC Councillors, Transport Officers and cycle interest groups (RCC, CTC, Sustrans, GREN).[...]
Blog posts
Comparing Cambridge and Reading
Following on from my article in the last newsletter (June 2018) highlighting bike infrastructure in Utrecht in the Netherlands, in[...]
Pothole Reporting Comparison
The current condition of the roads has created quite a lot of discussion of late. Indeed the June 2018 newsletter[...]
Why We Cycle Film Review
As you may be aware from my article on cycle infrastructure in Utrecht, the Netherlands, I have lived in the[...]
AGM Round Up
On 20th June we had our Annual General Meeting to elect the committee for 2018/19. Well, not an election as[...]
Chairman’s Letter, September 2018
Dear RCC members, I cycle into and out of and across town all the time, and I’ve been doing that[...]
Comparison Between UK And Netherlands
One of the classic comparisons between places with ‘bad’ and ‘good’ policy and attitude towards riding a bike is between[...]