The campaign promotes safer cycling for existing cyclists in Warrington, and aims to encourage more people to travel by bicycle in the town.

Next Meeting
Wednesday 18thMay 2016
Cycling Projects HQ

3 Priory Court, Buttermarket Street, Warrington. There is a pub called the Porterhouse and at the side of this is an entry which goes to a court-yard behind the big church there. No. 3 is at the end on your right. There is plenty of parking for cars and bikes but you will have to ring the bell to be let in.

A Warrington Cyclist

Rod King
Awarded MBE for services to road safety

Warrington Cycle Map
A Guide to Cycling in Warrington has been compiled by Warrington Cycle Forum in conjunction with the Warrington Cycle Campaign and the Council. Now available from Libraries, Leisure Centres and Contact Warrington.

Bus Drivers & Cyclists in Harmony
Cyclists and bus company work together to put road safety first

The Effect of Cycle Lanes on Cyclists' Road Space
A report showing how a cycle lanes reduce the amount of road-space available to cyclists

Learning from Hilden’s Successes
A visit by Rod King to Hilden, Northrhine-Westphalia

Warrington Cycle Campaign is committed to making better use of the roads for all sectors of the community.

Our main objectives are:

  • A safer environment by the adoption of a 20mph speed limit in all urban areas
  • On-road cycle training for all children
  • Developing the "Safe Routes to School" program
  • Better account taken for the needs of cyclists at road junctions and roundabouts
  • Responsible cycling - using lights at night and respecting pedestrians on pavements

Warrington Cycle Campaign welcomes cyclists of all kinds

To join the cycle camaign contact our membership secretary Maurice Leslie for further details.