The whole video is worth watching but if you want to know about our project and enjoy our Erasmus greetings, go to minute 31:38. Congrats Justin and Allison!
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THURSDAY 10TH JUNE: Opening night: 8pm YouTube live welcome -join us live to celebrate the start of the 10th bike fest! Leave your comments and memories, see some greetings from friends of the bike fest from round the world and reminisce some memories of bike fests gone by! The annual ‘Blessing of the bikes’ ceremony […]
Our Irish partners surprise the world one more time with an action-packed festival. Do not miss it! They are celebrating their 10th festival this year, and although public health restrictions are still in place, they have a super fun festival planned for everybody to connect in with and get out on bike!!
Cyclist.ie very much welcomes the Safe Routes to School Programme announced jointly today by Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for Education Norma Foley TD and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton TD. It is also priority number four of the eight priorities outlined in Cyclist.ie’s Rural Cycling Collective’s document Vision for Cycling in Rural Ireland: […]
We’ve had an online meeting today to provide updates, share our achievements and future activities and so forth. As we can not meet personally, online meetings will do! We are in the middle of a terrible pandemic that doesn’t allow us to travel abroad –almost anywhere, actually. Wishing that things at the end of this […]
By Laura Astori Green-Schools Travel provides schools the opportunity to apply for a grant that will cover the supply and the installation of cycle parking at their school. An online application form is accessible for all schools that would like to apply for a cycle parking grant and its divided into 4 sections that identify […]
By Jane Hackett Cycle Buses, developed with the support of Green-Schools, encourage group cycling on the way to schools, while promoting exercise and supporting sustainable mobility. It is a parent/guardian/community-led initiative whereby several parents and volunteers lead groups of cycling primary school students to one or more schools. The idea behind is to ensure a […]
By Jane Hackett The #andshecycle Ambassador Programme was developed by Green-Schools with the purpose of addressing the teenage cycling gender gap. The justification behind it came from different research and surveys which revealed a very low engagement in cycling by young girls- only one in every 250 teenage girls cycle to school every day- and […]
By Damien O’Tuama Cyclist.ie warmly welcomes the announcement today from the Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan T.D. and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D. that up to 248 new jobs in local authorities will be created to expand walking and cycling facilities all over the country. Speaking about the plan to employ up to 218 […]
By Damien O’Tuama The Rural Cycling Collective is an expanding array of small groups and individuals within the wider Cyclist.ie Advocacy Network with a focus on making rural communities (towns, villages and rural roads) cycle friendly for all ages and abilities. We have made a video to explain our vision: https://vimeo.com/458684072 Read our Vision for Cycling in […]