Sligo Cycling Campaign's recent submissions: Strandhill and National Cycling Network
We met up with Fiona Colantuono as she passed through Sligo Town on her voyage by solar-powered bike along the EV1 route
THE SUNCYCLING ODYSSEY
This summer swap the car for the bike for one journey per week, post a pic on social media #SligoSummerCycling tag SligoCyclingCampaign
BIKE IT MORE THIS SUMMER
Cycling advocacy in Sligo,
what has been happening?
Message from our Chairperson
17 - 13th may 2021
Un Global Road Safety Week focuses on Streets for Life: #Love30. Low-speed streets save lives and are the heart of any community. 30 km/h for streets that are healthy, green and liveable, in other words, streets for life. Lend your support!
Sligo Cycling Campaign welcomes Government announcement of
€350M funding for Active Travel!
Transport Minister Eamonn Ryan approves funding of €15 million to improve safety at the school gate and provide safe walking and cycling infrastructure for children going to school.
Sligo Cycling Campaign fully supports the Love 30 Campaign in calling on the Oireachtas to provide for a default urban speed limit of 30 km/h in the forthcoming Road Traffic Bill.
Yes, we agree with The Sligo Champion, roads and cars continue to be important in rural Ireland, but we must not lose sight of the need for active travel infrastructure to allow people of all ages walk, cycle or scoot.
VISION FOR CYCLING IN RURAL IRELAND
aims to promote and celebrate everyday cycling in towns, villages and their surrounding areas.
Are you using the WDR as part as you exercise route while out walking or cycling. Please complete our survey!