Northern Ireland

Loraine Patterson with twin daughters Grace and Lily at CS Lewis Square

Belcycle is back. Belfast’s family-friendly festival dedicated to all things cycling will take place on Saturday 15 June at CS Lewis Square in east Belfast. Be inspired to get on your bike – whatever...
13 May 2019
Thursday 6th June 2019 (4pm to 7pm)
Come along and take part in our cycle activities at Andrews Memorial Primary School in Comber on Thursday 6th June from 4pm to 7pm.  There is something for all ages so check out our activities below...
Saturday 18th May (11am to 1.30pm)
Join us at 11am at the Sustrans Active Travel Hub at CS Lewis Square before we head off towards the Lock Keepers Cottage. The ride will take us from the buzzing heart of the city and on to the...
Various dates - see below
Do you worry about getting a puncture when you're out on your bike? It's a great idea to learn how to deal with it just in case it happens so you can get home safely. Come along to our basic bike...
Two female cyclists at Big Fish sculpture in Belfast
Saturday 15 June, 10.30am - 1pm
Join us at 10.30am by the 'Big Fish' at the Lagan Lookout, Belfast, before we set off upstream along National Route 9 the Lagan Towpath.  The ride will take us from the buzzing heart of the city and...
Greenway volunteers gather on path after clearing edges with long handles brushes and shovels
First Saturday of the month from 4 May 2019
Have you got a few hours to spare and would like to lend a hand to help look after your local greenway? A couple of hours can make a huge difference, so please join us for a Task Day, on the first...

Katrina Godfrey, Permanent Secretary Dept for Infrastructure receives Cycle-friendly Accreditation award from Matt Mallinder, Cycling UK with Andrew Grieve, DfI & Patricia Magee, Sustrans

James Palser, Cycling UK Project Manager, Andrew Grieve, Head of the Walking & Cycling Unit, DfI and Patricia Magee, Sustrans at Department for Infrastructure headquarters in Belfast.

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI), which is responsible for promoting cycling and developing better walking and cycling infrastructure in Northern Ireland, has shown they practise what they...
11 April 2019

Launching the Active Travel Challenge 2019, L to R: Lynda Hurley, DfI, David Tumilty, PHA, Una Carson, Translink & Krysten Maier, Sustrans Active Travel Officer (L~Derry)

The Active Travel Challenge is open to all workplaces as represented here: the office worker, transport worker, chef and builder

Business groups came out in support of the Challenge - N.Ireland Chamber of Commerce, Business in the Community, Translink, Belfast City Council and the CBI.

Employers across Northern Ireland are being encouraged to sign-up to the Active Travel Challenge for a healthier and more environmentally-friendly commute. We have joined forces with public transport...
4 April 2019
Male and female cyclists riding over a bridge

Do you live or work in Belfast and cycle to work? Complete our Travel Survey

Do you live or work in Belfast?  Help us enable more people to cycle to work by completing our survey! Over the past 3 years Sustrans has delivered a number of programmes focused in East Belfast to...
29 March 2019

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