Cycle maintenance classes continue:next set start 8 November 2006

If you are interested in learning a bit more about cycle maintenance book yourself onto our cycle maintenance classes. The classes are run by Mel Allwood formerly of Brixton Cycles and offer a five week introduction to maintaining and repairing your bike so that the time off road can be minimised. You will have a … Continue reading Cycle maintenance classes continue:next set start 8 November 2006

Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride: 19 August 2006: From H to O: water for health, wealth and pleasure

In August 23 of us, led by Chris James had a very interesting day looking at the water facilities of London. We visited MDF drinking fountains and cattle troughs (not the MDF we know, but the Metropolitan Drinking Foundation), learnt about the massive sewage pipe which has resulted in the Victoria Embankment and were reminded … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride: 19 August 2006: From H to O: water for health, wealth and pleasure

Controlled Parking Zones: good for cyclists

Our Council Liaison Officer Clare Neely reflects on Controlled Parking ZonesResearch carried out by TfL with Lambeth Cyclists found that the amount of motor traffic was one of the main reasons why people dont cycle. One way to reduce car journeys is to limit parking at a journeys end via a Controlled Parking Zone.In my … Continue reading Controlled Parking Zones: good for cyclists

Lambeth wins Sustainable Transport Borough award

Lambeth Borough Council have won the prestigious Sustainable Transport Borough of the Year award from Transport for London. TfL commended Lambeth on its work to promote sustainable transport and in particular its initiatives to promote alternatives to cars such as the ‘Love your legs’ campaign. Over the past year the number of school travel plans … Continue reading Lambeth wins Sustainable Transport Borough award