The Campaign is organised by a committee. Your committee members for 2021-22 are listed below. To email them use their position name given between brackets in the format <position>@leedscyclingcampaign.co.uk.
Vacant - Chair (chair)
Martin Stanley - Vice Chair / Infrastructure Liaison (vicechair)
Martin joins Leeds Cycling Campaign as a relatively new resident of Leeds. Whilst he has always ridden a bike, it was only after visiting Belgium and seeing the positive impact cycling can have on whole communities, that he decided to join the campaign to help publicise its ideas and vision.
Amy Pearce - Secretary (secretary)
Tony Read - Treasurer (treasurer)
Tony has been cycling around Leeds for work, leisure and general utility purposes for at least 25 years. He’s glad the number of cyclists is increasing but dismayed at the lack of decent provision for them. Having also cycled in various parts of Europe, especially the Netherlands, he knows how much better things could be.
Ursula Kingel - Acting Membership Secretary (membership)
Ursula has been a member of the Campaign for several years and mainly cycles as part of day-to-day life. "Although I have seen improvements in cycle facilities in Leeds since I moved here over 20 years ago," she says, "there is clearly much more to do and the progress seems to have been relatively slow. The commitment and hard work that others have put into the campaign has made me want to give something back. Occasionally I lead easy and intermediate rides, but want to cater for people who aren’t necessarily confident cyclists or into pushing themselves to ever-increasing distances and speeds! The more cycling can become an ordinary way of life for a wider range of people, the more we have a realistic prospect of achieving the Campaign’s aims."
Steven Smith - Easy Rides Co-ordinator (easyrides)
Barry Hughes - Long Ride Co-ordinator (longrides)
Barry cycle-commuted to school and work in Leeds for 53 years before retiring and joined the precursor to LCC, the Leeds Cycling Action Group, in about 2000. He was treasurer for 10 years and now co-ordinates the long social rides. He sees that LCC has an important job to do in helping the many deprived citizens of Leeds, that is - deprived of the sheer heart-thumping thrill of cycling just because they are ‘frightened of the traffic’. That is besides being deprived of the convenience, health, psychological, monetary and environmental advantages.