Cycling Rebellion, an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, has been launched as a campaign for safer cycling and better infrastructure
The group aims to draw attention to the need for improved cycling infrastructure and decarbonization of transport
Cycling Rebellion plans to organize mass bike rides and actions across the country to promote their cause
Cycling Rebellion, an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, has been launched in an attempt to push for better infrastructure for cycling and decarbonizing transport. The group, led by Adam Osman from Bournemouth, has organized two Critical Mass rides in Bournemouth and plans to become a national campaign. By using tactics similar to Extinction Rebellion, Cycling Rebellion aims to draw attention to the need for improved cycling infrastructure through mass bike rides and actions. The group believes that the current cycling infrastructure is inadequate for achieving a net-zero future and is calling for increased funding and support from local councils.
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