We're campaigning to make it easier to walk and cycle and improve everyday journeys for everyone.

Bike to School Week

Bike to School Week is a yearly event, organised by Sustrans, to celebrate all the great things are doing to encourage children to cycle to school. 

Find out more about Bike to School Week

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Air quality

We need to act now to reduce the number of polluting motor vehicles on our roads, and make it easier for people to walk and cycle.

Read our air quality recommendations to policy makers
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Everyday adventures

The National Cycle Network is an adventure waiting to be discovered. We've picked out the best trails, foodie stops, easy rides and much more for you to enjoy.

Be inspired to get outdoors

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ASDA Tour de Fun

Working in partnership with ASDA, the Tour de Fun is packed full of exciting activities for you and your family to enjoy while you're on the 16,575 miles of the National Cycle Network.

With six weeks of the summer holidays to fill over the summer, now is the perfect time to enjoy some fresh-air and the great outdoors with the family.

Discover the ASDA Tour De Fun
Moving the nation UK Walking and Cycling Alliance manifesto

Moving the nation

As a member of the Walking and Cycling Alliance, alongside the Ramblers, the Bicycle Association, Cycling UK, British Cycling and Living Streets, with a combined membership of more than 330,000 people, we launched a joint manifesto ‘Moving the Nation’ in June 2018.

This sets out a new vision of a future where everybody in the UK can live, work and play in places that are healthy, vibrant and that make walking and cycling the natural choice for short journeys.

Read the Moving the Nation manifesto
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Support us in Greater Manchester

There are 135 miles of National Cycle Network in Greater Manchester. We're improving the Network and working closely with local authorities to make it easier for people to walk and cycle in the area.

Discover more about our work in Greater Manchester