First class architecture ride

Architecture rides are always elegantly designedLambeth Cyclists finally have their monthly architecture rides licked. Our next ride, this Saturday 1 October, will be a truly first class experience as we explore the architecture of Royal Mail and the postal office. We'll be pushing the envelope as we tour Lambeth. We'll meet at 2pm on Garrads … Continue reading First class architecture ride

Clear potential for children to cycle independently in London

Lambeth Cyclists is enormously encouraged by results from a survey we did on car-free day.  30 out of 34 adults said they would let a pair of eleven year olds cycle, without an adult, to meet relatives or close family friends at the Tower of London, from Cornwall Road in Waterloo. It is clear that there … Continue reading Clear potential for children to cycle independently in London

Lambeth Cyclists meeting Tue 20 Sept – agenda

Lambeth Cyclists Meeting  Agenda - Tuesday 20 September 2016, 7.30-9pmStockwell Centre, 1 Studley Rd, SW4 6RA (behind Stockwell Tube Station)1. Attendees and apologiesApproval of minutes of last meetingMatters arising not covered elsewhere in agenda2. Events:Lambeth Car Free Day – this Sat 24/9 12-4 Cornwall Road and Landor Road3. Rides: Bike to Work ride feedbackOmnibus Clapham … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists meeting Tue 20 Sept – agenda

Act now: changes to Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill

Transport for London is consulting on changes to bus lanes and some junctions on Brixton Hill and on Streatham Hill.Respond by 14 September to give your views on changes that could see bus lanes extended in length, width and time at different places over Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill.Disappointingly, segregated cycle lanes are not part … Continue reading Act now: changes to Brixton Hill and Streatham Hill