CTC, the national cycling organisation, and the Cycle Campaign Network are giving everyone the chance to find out more about the future of cycling at their 'Creating a Cycling Culture' conference in Cambridge on May 10.

Anyone is welcome to attend the event, where various cycling luminaries will be making presentations and taking part in discussions and workshops on cycling in Britain, and how campaigning can achieve results.

"We would all like there to be more cyclists where we live and this conference offers help, advice and the magic ingredient of inspiration," said Debra Rolfe, CTC?s cycling development officer. "We can turn our dreams of a cycling culture into a reality?

The Guardian?s Matt Seaton, the Chair of Cycling England Philip Darnton, Chief Executive of the London Cycling Campaign Koy Thomson, CTC?s Policy Coordinator Chris Peck, CTC Right to Ride rep and member of Sheffield Cycle Campaign Simon Geller, Coordinator of Cambridge Cycling Campaign Martin Lucas-Smith and MP for Cambridge David Howarth are all in attendance.

The day's events also include practical workshop sessions on marketing, online mapping, using the media and recruiting new members. There will also be social rides and events from Friday May 9 through to Sunday May 11.

The conference takes place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences on Saturday May 10 from 10am to 4pm. Tickets are £16. For more information and online booking go to

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