Cork Cycling Campaign

The Cork Cycling Campaign is a volunteer organisation whose aim is to make Cork a more cycle-friendly city. We are researching several projects to promote and advocate for cycling which require financial support to bring from proposal stage through to fruition. If you share our vision for how cycling can transform Cork into a cleaner, more sustainable and liveable city, please get in touch with the Cork Cycling Campaign for further details on how you can help.





Type of organisation:

NGO/ community-based organisation/ charity


  • Environment
  • Active citizenship
  • Urban development
  • Sustainable development


  • Development of education and training materials and programmes
  • Community outreach and engagement
  • Policy, advocacy and campaigns
  • Research

EU Project Experience

No experience

This organisation is new to EU funding and will be supported by the Access Europe team.

EU Funding Goals

The Cork Cycling Campaign are researching a project in collaboration with the University of Eindhoven, to document the history of cycling in Cork over the past century. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in an internationally orientated environment of cycling and mobility research, and the first for an Irish city.

See more here: Cycling Cities: The Cork Experience


The Cork Cycling Campaign is a grassroots initiative with a strong and dedicated volunteer base that advocate for our city to be a bike-friendly place to live and work in.

We believe that infrastructure alone will not encourage more people to cycle and that a suite of measures are needed to make cycling a more attractive option in our city.

e are focused on projects that will make a difference in how cycling is perceived and reach as many people as possible, from citizens interested in cycling, to decision makers and city leaders.


Contact Name:

Kevin Long

Job Title:

Project Co-Ordinator

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