Learn about our street campaigns and advocacy initiatives to improve your commute – from upgrades to cycleways to bicycle parking projects in the city. Get involved with our active campaigning group and take on the issues that impact your ride.
In 2013 we launched an intitiative to identify, map and expand Cape Town’s bicycle parking infrastructure. The project has been supported by bike friendly businesses who have installed bike racks. We are also working closely with the City of Cape Town to identify locations for their new bicycle racks, with installations planned for 2015.
Missing Links is an initiative to identify gaps in Cape Town’s cycle network. The project focuses on connecting existing cycle infrastructure together to extend the network, ensuring that existing routes are used to their full potential and enabling you to pedal easily around the city.VIEW MISSING LINKS & SUBMIT IDEAS
In 2012 we launched a campaign to see Albert Road developed into a safe cycling route that connects the city with the southern suburbs through segregated cycle lanes. Today the route has been developed as a Class 3 facility, with a colourised green cycle lane.
Visit our crowdsourcing platform and share your ideas to improve your ride and make Cape Town into a truly bike friendly city. Many of these community initiated ideas have been taken on by the City of Cape Town (e.g. opening the Sea Point promenade to bicycles)!
The best way of improving conditions for cycling is by getting involved with our active campaigning group. We work closely with local council to improve facilities for cyclists and raise the profile of cycling in the city. Whether you’re a professional or city cyclist your input is valuable.