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Update 14/06/2020
The Government's coronavirus restrictions have been updated to allow groups of upto 6 to ride 2m apart. Where there are more than 6 riders turn up for a ride, more than one ride leader will be required 

Recent News

  • KCC Newsletter No. 40

    Newsletter No.40 May 2020 Hello everyone and welcome to the new format for the Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter. After the previous GDPR blunders it was clearly time to change from the standard email to something that, hopefully, will give everyone a little more security. I need to get up to speed …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #39 – April 2020

    Cycling and Social Distancing:   In our recently formed new world we probably have all noticed that, along with an unprecedented number of people walking along our roads, there are also many more people riding bikes who don’t usually do so. This would seem to be clear evidence that more …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #38 – March 2020

    Road Plans for Leeds Road   Consultation on the Road Plans for Leeds Road are still open for local residents.  Details of how to respond can be found at: major.transport@kirklees.co.uk   Below are the comments made by myself (John Lewis) writing as Chair of KCC:   Dear Shabir Pandor, Peter …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #37 – February 2020

    The Dewsbury Blueprint:   The Dewsbury Blueprint was officially launched to great acclaim on Wednesday 5th February. However, for many, it’s not so much what is in the Blueprint, but what is missing. With the widespread concerns about the Climate Emergency and Public Health where are the Council’s plans to …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #36 January 2020

    Transforming Cities Fund:   Just before Christmas West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) made a bid for £60M from the DfT’s Transforming Cities Fund which aims to improve conditions for Cycling and Walking.   All the WYCA authorities, including Kirklees, were asked to give details of their proposals to the team …