Members of the Cambridgeshire Sustainable Travel Alliance

Founder members

Camcycle, a local charity with over 1,650 members, works for more, better and safer cycling for all ages and abilities. Its vision is for a thriving and sustainable region of healthy, happy people where everyone feels able to enjoy the benefits of cycling.

Cambridge Area Bus Users stands up for the interests of bus passengers in and around Cambridge. Their vision is to make buses a great choice of transport.


Campaign for Better Transport is the national charity working across England and Wales to make transport better, greener and fairer. Our vision is for all communities to have high quality, sustainable
transport that meets their needs, improves quality of life and helps protect the environment.

Cycling UK, the national cycling charity, champions the cause of cycling. The charity promotes all forms of cycling, protects the interests of existing and would-be cyclists, and inspires people across the UK to discover the joys of cycling.

Read more on Cycling UK’s website here and find out how to get involved here.

Transport Action Network helps local communities press for more sustainable transport in England and Wales. This involves fighting cuts to bus services, particularly in rural areas, and opposing damaging road schemes and large unsustainable developments. 

Railfuture East Anglia is the local branch of Britain’s leading independent organisation campaigning for a bigger better railway. Railfuture is a voluntary group representing rail users, with 20,000 affiliated and individual members. 

Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. The work it is doing creates healthier places and happier people.

Milton Cycling Campaign works to enable cycling uptake and make cycling the default in Milton. The organisation aims to enable a modal shift towards cycling (and walking) and also to support infrastructure measures that achieve that.

Read more about Milton Cycling Campaign on their Facebook Group page.

Ely Cycling Campaign campaigns for better cycle facilities in and around Ely and promotes cycling in the area. Its aim is to improve the infrastructure and the cycling facilities for commuters, families and experienced cyclists by giving advice and suggestions to local councils and planning committees. 

Cambridgeshire Parents for Sustainable Travel

Cambridgeshire Parents for Sustainable Travel says ‘Let’s say YES to cheaper, easier, faster, fairer, greener travel for Cambridgeshire’. The group campaigns for a fair county with clean air, better buses and less congestion.

Find out more about the group on their Facebook page here.

Hunts Walking & Cycling Group

Hunts Walking & Cycling Group wants to make walking and cycling in Huntingdonshire safe, convenient and accessible for everyone.

Find out more about Hunts Walking & Cycling Group here.

CTC Cambridge is the local Member Group of Cycling UK, the national cycling charity. As well as organising regular cycle rides in and around Cambridge, CTC Cambridge actively campaigns for better provision for cycling in our area.

Find out more about CTC Cambridge on the website and contact the group here.


Cam Vale Bus User Group was set up in order to protect rural bus services in the southern rim of South Cambridgeshire and in particular the villages along the current 127 bus route in the Mordens, Litlington, Bassingbourn-cum-Kneesworth, Whaddon and Meldreth area.

Read about the Cam Vale Bus User Group here. If you’d like to join the Cam Vale Bus Users email list please email Susan van de Ven.

Meldreth, Shepreth and Foxton Rail User Group campaigns to protect and enhance rail services for the villages between Royston and Cambridge.

View the Meldreth, Shepreth and Foxton Rail User Group website here and contact the organisation here.

A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign

The A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign supports safe cycling between Royston and Cambridge.

Read more about the A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign on the website here and contact the group here.


Carbon Neutral Cambridge is a not-for-profit community based organisation, focussed on helping create a zero carbon Greater Cambridge.

Zedify helps create less congested, less polluted and more liveable cities by pioneering and normalising the use of hyperlocal microhubs and zero emission vehicles for deliveries within cities.

Asthma + Lung UK is dedicated to helping create a world where good lung health and the ability to breathe freely are a basic right enjoyed by all.

Read more on their website here and find out how you can get involved here.

East Cambs CAN works to promote zero-carbon living and restore spaces for wildlife, and acts as a hub for all local groups fighting the climate change crisis. The group aims to normalise climate action, provide information and encourage everyone to join in.

You can connect and keep up-to-date with East Cambs CAN on Twitter.

Voi offers e-scooter and e-bike sharing in partnership with 15 UK towns and cities including Cambridge. Voi believes e-scooters and e-bikes can play a central role in changing how people move by providing a safe and sustainable alternative to cars. 

Read more about Voi on their website here.

St Ives Eco Action is a place-based community-led climate action group working together towards achieving net-zero carbon.

You can connect with and find out more about St Ives Eco Action on their Facebook page.

Cambridge Electric Transport provides shared commuter e-bike services and Community e-bike services.

View Cambridge Electric Transport’s website here and contact the company here.

Outspoken Training aims to enthuse people to cycle more by equipping them with the skills and confidence to ride.

You can read more about Outspoken Training and contact the company on their website here.

Electric Bike Sales is the longest established e-bike specialist with stores in Cambridge, London, Oxford, Bristol & York.

Find out more about Electric Bike Sales on the company’s website here and contact the stores here.

Outspoken Cycles is a specialist retailer in family and utility cycling. The company also provides a range other services from repairs and cycle maintenance course to pool bikes schemes and pedal-powered event services.

You can read more about Outspoken Cycles and contact the company on their website here.

Cyclecentric Ltd are designers of pedal powered transport solutions covering the school run, cargo transportation, and all types for leisure, sport and touring cycling. 

You can read more about Cyclecentric and contact the company on their website here.

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Grassroots organisation tackling air pollution in Cambridgeshire by raising awareness and lobbying to improve health and the environment.

Find out more about Clean Air Cambridge on its Facebook and Twitter pages. Contact the group here.

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Cambridge Friends of the Earth

The local group of the international environmental organisation challenges environmentally damaging activities and policies by promoting sustainable alternatives.

Find out more about Cambridge Friends of the Earth on its website, Facebook and Twitter pages. Contact the group here.

Kingsway Cycles keeps the Cambridge community mobile with its honest, traditional approach to new bikes, second hand bikes, bike servicing, bike repairs, bike hire, clothing and accessories.

You can read more about Kingsway Cycles on the company’s website here.

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