Tom McKeown

Cycling Dad

I have been riding bikes nearly all my life, though you’d have been most likely to see me on a BMX around the woods where I grew up.  Utility riding only really clicked ten years ago when I moved to Cambridge for a ‘Silicon Fen’ tech job. Since then I have become parent to two young children. Riding with them has dramatically demonstrated the difference in routes I’m comfortable to ride on my own, compared to with them on my bike, or riding alongside on their own. This started my interest in cycle advocacy. Initially through my @CyclingDadUK twitter account, then as a volunteer and for the last five years trustee for Camcycle.

My Sessions

Family cycling event

The Grove School

Join Camcycle and a range of family cycling experts, children’s cycles, cargo cycles and equipment for carrying children for a new event to share knowledge and experiences of family cycling. The event will include talks, an opportunity for questions and lots of chances for testing of cycles and kit. We thrilled to have two guest […]

Family-friendly Talk