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LCC Event And Rides Guidance

What you need to know to organise LCC events and rides.

Councillors & officers

One on one cycle rides & walks

A brief cycle ride, or even a walk and talk with councillors, particularly cabinet portfolio holder or ideally party/council leaders, can be a transformative way of changing the dynamics of a relationship…

For coordinators

LCC Coordinator's Handbook

All the information you need to know about running an LCC local group in one place, as well as where you can go for support and further guidance.


Putting events on the LCC website

How to put events on the LCC website and organise ticketing

Events • Flyers and printed materials

LCC Branded event marketing materials

If you’re organising an event or have been invited to attend one, it’s a good idea to have some LCC branded marketing materials. Here's what we've got on offer...


Recruiting and retaining volunteers

If you want more active travel provisions in your local borough you won’t be able to do it alone. A healthy, diverse group will be the key to getting the change you desire.

Creating networks

Building Coalitions

We can campaign more effectively if we do it with support from others. By reaching out to groups with similar aims, we can amplify our message as well as work with others to deliver big events such as hustings and rides.

The Pathway Approach

Pathway: Stage 1 - Get Help

How to campaign - if your group is just you and a few others, and your borough is barely acting on active travel, climate etc. then you need more help. Here's how.

Creating networks

Reaching all (cycling) communities

As cycling becomes a more popular way to get around and your council has the will and ambition to put in high quality schemes, it’s important to recognise that there are still many barriers that people who want to cycle might face.

Campaigning Aims

Soft measures

Soft measures are things other than infrastructure that get more people cycling. But where do cycle training, loan bikes, cycle parking fit in campaigning?


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