Members of the Plymouth Cycling Campaign Committee

John Abraham, Chair + Strategic Liaison Group
I cycled to school aged 6 and believe that now having to cycle on unsafe roads is an infringement of my human rights. ‘You should not need to be brave to ride a bike in Plymouth’

Mike Kelly, Secretary + Strategic Liaison Group

Bill Nicholson, Membership Secretary/ Treasurer

Stuart Mee, Communications + stand-in Chair
I’m a lifelong cyclist still going strong approaching 80! The health benefits and environmental gains of more people cycling are so great that to not provide better quality cycle routes is almost criminal.

Dave Gibbs, Path maintenance lead

Caitlin Hellyer, Social Media

Hilary Neve, Health & environment lead + Strategic Liaison Group
I am a cyclist, e-cyclist and local GP. I want to see increased opportunities for safe cycling in Plymouth, so that people can travel in a way that both improves their health and addresses the climate crisis

Sue Jennings, committee member + guided rides liaison
Now that I am retired I spend many days out on a bike each week. At least twice a week I lead rides for ‘Breeze’ or ‘Guided Rides’ encouraging others to enjoy riding. You can find these free rides on

Jon Stevens, committee member + Sustrans liaison
I use a bike for commuting, for work and for pleasure! My day job is as a Bikeability Instructor in schools and outside work I have recently taken on the role of Plymouth Area Coordinator for Sustrans.

Hayley Smith, committee member + PCC recreation liaison

Graham Wilson, committee member + S. Hams area liaison
I am Sustrans South Devon Joint Volunteer Coordinator and Chair of PL:21 Active Travel Campaign for Ivybridge area. I have cycled the Atlantic coast from Norway to Spain and elsewhere

Andy Whitby, committee member
My main cycling interests include road cycling mainly for leisure, Zwift (virtual cycling) for when it’s raining and when I wish to punish myself and using my electric bike for commuting.