Rushmoor Cycle Forum


The Rushmoor Cycle Forum meets regularly with officers from Rushmoor Borough Council and Hampshire County Council to discuss issues concerning cyclists and pedestrians in the area. Please visit the website and Facebook page to view updates, events and news.

About Rushmoor Cycle Forum

Rushmoor Cycle Forum was set up in 2009 and works with Rushmoor residents, Rushmoor Borough Council, and Hampshire County Council to make cycling a safe and convenient way to travel for any purpose within Rushmoor. The purpose of the Rushmoor Cycle Forum (RCF) is:
- To promote all forms of cycle usage both in Rushmoor and to surrounding areas and convert car journeys to cycle journeys.
- To be able to cycle from any A to any B by a safe, direct, convenient route.
- To encourage companies to support cycle usage as another form of transport to and from work, through the provision of improved amenities for cycle users.
These would include changing facilities, secure parking, a mileage allowance for cycling on work related business and support of the Bike to Work scheme.
- To campaign on widespread cycling issues.
- To consult on all road projects and new developments in Rushmoor.

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Rushmoor Link Community Directory

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