Cycling

We’re on your side when it comes to protecting the cycle routes you know and love.

We believe that everyone has the right to enjoy open spaces, including cyclists.

That’s why we’re on your side when it comes to protecting the cycle routes you know and love.

We are experts on all types of public rights of way, including cycle routes and we can help you defend them when they are under threat.

We can help you claim a cycle route, remove a blockage, or lobby your highway authority.

We also have a network of dedicated volunteers known as local correspondents who can help you in your local area.

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Find out your rights when it comes to accessing the cycle routes you know and love.
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News about Cycling

Seven Sisters secured

We have welcomed East Sussex County Council’s proposal to transfer ownership of Seven Sisters Country Park to the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA). This follows nearly five years of uncertainty. Said our local representative, Brendan Clegg: ‘This is excellent news and a huge relief to all those who cherish this wonderful place. We are…
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End the scandal of secret paths

Fifty years on from the Countryside Act 1968, which required local authorities to signpost a public path where it leaves a road, many paths still lack signposts. We are calling for an end to this scandal. Join Open Spaces Society and add your voice to our ongoing battle. The society and the Ramblers were responsible…
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End the scandal of secret paths in Wales

Fifty years on from the Countryside Act 1968, which required local authorities to signpost a public path where it leaves a road, many paths still lack signposts. We are calling for an end to this scandal. Join Open Spaces Society and add your voice to our ongoing battle. The society and the Ramblers were responsible…
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Better access in Wales?

Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn, has made an announcement about improving public access in Wales. This follows the government’s consultation in 2017 to which there were more than 16,000 responses. The minister extols the benefits of an accessible countryside and the importance of supporting rural areas to maximise revenue from tourism.…
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