CYCLEWight

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CYCLEWight is an advocacy group that seeks better cycle provision on the Island. We will cooperate with any organisation or individual that wishes to work towards that goal. The group participates in ways to encourage more people of all ages to learn of the joys and benefits of cycling.
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Problematic Lights
Island Roads have been updating some of the traffic lights. There is a feeling that they are not picking up cyclists, leading people to have to  'jump' the lights as they will not change to green. Are there any near you which you think are problematic?
Let us know your thoughts

E-Bike Charging Facilities
Would you be willing to allow someone to charge their ebike at your business?
If so can you complete the questionnaire.


CYCLEWight Bells
Have you received one of our bells? Dont miss out on obtaining one of these FREE, limited edion safety devices! Please register with CYCLEWight to find out about your temporary membership

E-Bike Charging
Published by Tim Thorne - 25/2/2021
Sandown Cycle Track
Published by Tim Thorne - 24/2/2021
Key Worker Cycle Scheme
Published by Tim Thorne - 23/2/2021
Planning Issues
Published by Tim Thorne - 23/2/2021
2021 IoW Randonee Cancelled
Published by Webmaster - 16/2/2021
IWC wants views on cycling
Published by Tim Thorne - 1/2/2021
Track Maintenance
Published by Tim Thorne - 1/2/2021
Ring the changes
Published by Tim Thorne - 1/2/2021
Highway Code Consultation
Published by Tim Thorne - 1/2/2021

2021 IoW Randonnee
We are very sorry to have to inform everyone that the committee organising the Isle of Wight Randonnee has decided not to hold the event in 2021 given the situation and ongoing uncertainty resulting from the Covid-19 "Coronavirus" pandemic.


Helping Cyclewight
Cyclewight lobbies for all things cycling on the Island. to make cycling better and safer for all residents, including segregated cycle lanes, improvements to existing routes and better provision for children cycling to and from school
Think you can help?
Isle Of Wight Cycling Campaign
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