Derby Cycling Group campaigns on behalf of all cyclists


A city where everyone wants to cycle and everyone can

We campaign for a cohesive cycle network in and around Derby and champion cycling to create an environment where it is safe, normal, convenient and fun.

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As a voluntary group, we’re always grateful for donations to support what we do. 


Find out more about our wide range of campaigns across the city.

Current Campaigns

International Women’s Day 2020

According to Love to Ride’s 2019 Cycle September report, in Derby just 22% of participants were female compared to a national average of 50%. Our own committee currently has no female representation.

A small group of us at DCG want to change this and support, encourage and empower more girls and women to cycle in 2020, and beyond.

In light of the tragic death of a young female cyclist on Tuesday 21st January 2020 in Derby, this campaign has been temporarily postponed as a mark of respect.

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A38 Junctions

The planned work to replace the A38 roundabouts with flyovers will cause massive congestion for the 3 years of development. We’ve been talking with Highways England and others about how to ensure good quality cycle facilities in the finished project and also how best to encourage people to cycle during the years of traffic congestion.

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Air Quality

Derby City Council have addressed air quality issues by removing cycle facilities. We’ve been campaigning against this locally and nationally.

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Got an idea for a campaign?


Why we cycle: Christine Selden

Christine is the first women in our new ‘Why we cycle’ series for our International Women’s Day campaign. Where are you based? Chaddesden What do you do? Mum of 2[…]

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Duffield Road school parking problems

Cyclists on Duffield Road around St. Benedict’s school will be well aware of the number of vehicles parked on the double yellow lines and blocking the on road cycle lane[…]

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Darley Abbey Multi-user Path already well used

We’re pleased to see that the long awaited multi-user path through Darley Park is now open for use and is already being well used by walkers, joggers and cyclists. The[…]

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Useful Information

Forthcoming Events

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Tube Map

Infrastructure Improvement Suggestions

Our Team

We are run by a team of friendly volunteers and are always
looking for more people to get involved.

Contact one of the team with specific responsibilities as listed below or use the general enquiry form if you’re not sure.

Tony Roelich

Acting Chair & Campaigns 

Kim Plaskett

Treasurer & Membership 

Mark Hicklin


Dave Clasby

Press & Media 

Tim Saul


Ian Dent

Website & Campaigns

Martin Aldred

Projects, Station & Flood Works

Plus many others ….

Contact us

If you have a general enquiry, you can get in touch with us via the below form.