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Push Bikes - Birmingham Cycling Campaign

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Push Bikes - Birmingham Cycling Campaign

Push Bikes - Birmingham Cycling Campaign negotiates with Birmingham City Council for improved facilities for people using bicycles in Birmingham. Publishes a newsletter. Has monthly campaign meetings (Usually the first Tuesday of the month 7pm).  

Further information and updates can be found on the following sites:

Website: www.pushbikes.org.uk/

Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/PushBikesBrum  (Visible without a Facebook Account) 

Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/PushBikes/  (Facebook Account needed)

Twitter: @pushbikesbcc https://twitter.com/pushbikesbcc

Monthly Campaign Meetings; Usually the First Tuesday of the month (but check before hand), 7pm at: 

The Friends of the Earth Warehouse, 54 - 57 Allison Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 5TH 

Contacting Push Bikes

See the contact form on our website: www.pushbikes.org.uk/contact

 

Website: http://www.pushbikes.org.uk
Location: Birmingham
Members: 21
Latest Activity: Nov 26, 2015

Discussion Forum

New Push Bikes Website

I've been building a new Push Bikes website.   Mostly I'm happy but I have a couple of niggles to iron out, problems that have completely…Continue

Started by Robert Jan 28, 2015.

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Comment by Si on March 9, 2015 at 21:36

Link to the latest Push Bikes - Birmingham Cycling Campaign Newsletter: 
www.pushbikes.org.uk/sites/default/files/pushbikesNL1502.pdf

Comment by Si on March 9, 2015 at 21:34

Comment by Chris Lowe on October 6, 2014 at 22:30

The video wasn't quite finished - Robert will be uploading a finished version soon, I think.

Comment by Esther Boyd on September 12, 2014 at 14:26

I'm a female cyclist who had no problem in finding suitable clothes for cycling to work (as an architect for Birmingham City Council), and I know an elderly consultant geriatrician who cycles to work, and a community midwife - and I could go on.  The investment in cycling in Birmingham will help to combat social exclusion, reduce congestion and improve health.

Comment by Si on May 15, 2014 at 21:48

Get your local councillors to sign up for Space for Cycling at: http://space4cycling.ctc.org.uk/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1689&...  All you need to do is add your name, email address and postcode and your local councillors will be asked to sign up to Space for Cycling - You don't even need to know who they are - the site will find their names and email address from your postcode. 

Comment by Si on May 11, 2014 at 13:22

 

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ian robathan replied to ian robathan's discussion No Velodrome for Brum
"well it is 50M I thought ? just not the spectator facilities ?"
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ochib replied to ian robathan's discussion No Velodrome for Brum
"What a wasted opportunity by Birmingham University not to build an olympic sized pool   …"
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LS replied to felipe moreira's discussion Fixie shop
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ian robathan replied to felipe moreira's discussion Fixie shop
"Not sure of a shop but I use Al Salter for all things on my bike and he is fantastic…"
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ian robathan replied to Andrew W's discussion Birmingham to host closed roads sportive
"well got to ride there and back but that is a flat ride anyway "
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felipe moreira posted a discussion

Fixie shop

hey. i'm new to the city (and the forum) and have just bought a fixie and a single speed (soon to…See More
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Russ M replied to Andrew W's discussion Birmingham to host closed roads sportive
"I'm just adding another 9 miles before the start to warm up! lol"
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Richard D replied to Andrew W's discussion Birmingham to host closed roads sportive
"I've got free parking organised in the city centre anyway. And if I wanted to have empty…"
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ian robathan replied to ian robathan's discussion No Velodrome for Brum
"it is a lost opportunity, we will get a new 50M pool we badly need but also imagine a velodrome as…"
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Andy White replied to LS's discussion Cyclist Injured on Sherlock Street
"Agreed Kim. However my post was intended to raise caution against the, all too prevalent, habit of…"
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ian robathan replied to ian robathan's discussion 2026 Transport plan
"yep frilly words, without the cash totally pointless."
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James Patterson replied to ian robathan's discussion 2026 Transport plan
"Yep, that plan mentions "unfunded" so many times. Basically rubbish."
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ian robathan replied to ian robathan's discussion No Velodrome for Brum
"I read not enough seats though and not possible to expand ?"
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GasPipeWarrior replied to ian robathan's discussion No Velodrome for Brum
"I believe that Derby Velodrome is being considered as the potential venue for Track Cycling."
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