The award has been made by the national cycling organisation Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC).
What does CTC stand for?
CTC stands for Cyclists' Touring Club
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However, Cyclists' Touring Club (CTC) members claim that Conwy should allow cycling on Llandudno Prom as most other councils do so on their waterfronts.
Whilst there are a number of racing clubs, the major club is the North Birmingham Cyclists' Touring Club, which has been established more than 90 years.
Roger Geffen, policy manager of the Cyclists' Touring Club, said the club would urge the courts to give the benefit of the doubt to cyclists in any collisions with motorists coming the other way on narrow streets.
The Cyclists' Touring Club is backing Daniel's appeal against his conviction.
Steve Stockham, chairman of the Cyclists' Touring Club in Wales, said the quality of cycle paths varied.
South Tyneside cycling instructors are the first in Tyne and Wear to be accredited under the Cyclists' Touring Club training standards.
Since the Cyclists' Touring Club piloted the UK-wide training standard last year, almost 800 pupils from 20 primary schools in the borough have reached standard level two after been given training by the council's three on-road cycle instructors, Alison Reay, Julie Watson and Tracey Dent.