“Manchester is a city which is passionate about cycling in all its forms, with a host of national and international cycling events taking place in its world-class facilities and a large number of partners and groups dedicated to the development … Continue reading
On Friday 25th November, during Road Safety Week , Love Your Bike are inviting people to join one of the Bike Friday cycle routes and call on Greater Manchester local authorities to introduce a 20mph speed limit policy to help … Continue reading
For one day only, a parking space in central Manchester was transformed into a picnic site. On Friday 16 September 2011, one lucky parking space on Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter underwent a transformation into a picnic site courtesy … Continue reading
Manchester Friends of the Earth is dismayed by the proposals outlined by Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport during the Conservative Party conference to allow 80 mph speed limits on the UK’s motorway network. The Minister has claimed that … Continue reading
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is requesting your feedback regarding proposals for cycle parking facilities
Following the successful bid to the Local Sustainable Transport Fund, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) would like to ask for your thoughts regarding additional and improved cycle parking facilities for Manchester City Centre and other towns throughout Greater Manchester.
Thursday 22nd September is World Carfree Day and Manchester Friends of the Earth is inviting people in Greater Manchester to give their car the day off and try alternative ways of travelling to work .
22nd September is World Car Free Day. If you normally drive to work, why not try a different mode of transport. Walking and cycling are cheap and get you fit, and public transport gives you time to read the paper… … Continue reading
On Friday 16th September, Manchester Friends of the Earth is inviting people to join with citizens in cities around the world who will be temporarily transforming metered parking spaces into public parks and other social spaces, as part of international … Continue reading
We took park in Park(ing) Day and transformed a city centre parking space to make it sociable, fun and colourful.
Get2 Challenge – How do you Get2 work or college? Get to work or college a different, healthier way during European Mobility Week (16th – 22nd September), record your journeys here and be in with a chance to win some … Continue reading
The results of a survey of 490 cyclists in June 2011 are available.
On Friday 26th August, Love Your Bike are inviting people to join one of the Bike Friday  cycle routes and attach the ‘I Love MCR’ logo to their bicycle to show the world that the people of Manchester are … Continue reading
Our Bike Friday rides on 26th August took part in We Love MCR Day . We love Manchester and that’s why you choose healthy, pollution-free transport.
On Sunday 10th July, an intrepid band of Manchester Friends of the Earth supporters cycled the 55 miles to sunny Blackpool to fundraise for Manchester FoE’s campaigning work. The riders saw a mixture of rain and shine, but mostly the … Continue reading
Manchester Friends of the Earth volunteers spent Friday and Saturday 15th and 16th April running the Love Your Bike stall, providing encouragement to the general public to make cycling a healthy, desirable part of their daily lives. Manchester Arndale kindly … Continue reading
…Graeme Sherriff, transport campaign co-ordinator at Manchester Friends of the Earth, said it was ‘a shame’ the firms seemed unwilling to transport fund-raisers. Read the full Manchester Evening News article.
Love Your Bike welcomes today’s announcement by Norman Baker M.P (Transport Minister) that Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) £4.9 million key component bid for the GM Commuter Cycle project has been successful.
On Sunday 10th July, thirteen intrepid Manchester Friends of the Earth supporters will cycle 55 miles from Manchester to Blackpool to raise funds to support the organisation’s environmental campaigning work. 
Manchester Friends of the Earth welcomed the decision by the Transport for Greater Manchester committee (TfGMC) to keep the Trans-Pennine Trail within the Metrolink corridor in Didsbury and continue to enable access for all. Read full article in Bury Focus.