‘Glaswegian campaigners put wheels in motion’
GoBike Public Meeting and AGM Agenda
GoBike Live on Scotland Tonight
Did you catch us on Scotland Tonight a few weeks ago? We were asked to go live on STV to represent people cycling in a discussion about Sir Chris Hoy’s call to end the ‘Us and Them’ rhetoric sadly all too common on the roads (and in the media). Perhaps predictably, the discussion somewhat ignored this call and the questioning tried to lead the debate towards well… us and them talk about “bugbears” on the roads. We tried to steer that line towards more productive debate about the need for safe spaces for cycling…
GoBike Public Meeting and AGM – Saturday 17th November 2018
This years GoBike AGM and Public Meeting extravaganza will be on Saturday 17th November from 15:15-17:30. Save the date folks, for we have a treat in store for you.
GoBike Campaign Success!
We have seen a massive turn around by the council this week following our campaigning for a segregated cycle lane for Byres Road (woop woop and yay for everyone involved!) and so to celebrate we thought it would be timely to highlight the campaigning we have been involved in over the last year or so. A whistle stop tour for now, but look out for our new website coming soon, with more info.
Wheel Power – The Glasgow cycle campaigners using carrot-cake and stick tactics
World Car Free Day – Glasgow – Saturday 22nd September
We are so excited to be a part of the team who will be bringing Glasgow their first ever World Car Free day celebration this very Saturday 22nd September. On Kelvin Way we will be joining cities from all around the world in celebrating a reclamation of the street for people.
GoBike shortlisted for Outstanding Campaign Group Award
**GoBike members!** We’ve been nominated as an Outstanding Campaign Group in this years national Cycling UK Volunteers of the Year Awards! This is down to every one of you who has put in effort to our campaign, so big ups and thank you. Will let you know if we win!
Paint is Not Protection makes the news
Read the article here.