Join the Space For Cycling protest ride 6pm Monday 2 September

This Monday, 2 September 2013, join thousands of other cyclists to demand space for cycling. Assemble at Jubilee Gardens, Lambeth SE1 at 6pmDespite the four recent cycling deaths and thousands of people taking to London’s streets in protest, Mayor Boris Johnson has ignored the public’s clamour for safe space for cycling.The ride will depart at … Continue reading Join the Space For Cycling protest ride 6pm Monday 2 September

Join the LCC protest ride tonight 6:30pm Russell Square demand Space for Cycling

The London Cycling Campaign will be organising another protest ride tonight to call for more space for cycling on London's roads. Meet 6:30pm at Russell Square , WC1 for short protest ride to Holborn Details from the LCC website:On the morning of Monday 15 July 2013 another Londoner was killed under the wheels of a lorry … Continue reading Join the LCC protest ride tonight 6:30pm Russell Square demand Space for Cycling

Join the LCC protest ride 6pm this evening from Tower Hill calling for more space for cyclists

This evening, Friday 12 July 2013, the London Cycling Campaign are coordinating a protest ride from Tower Hill to Aldgate calling on the Mayor to provide dedicated space on the roads for London's cyclists.Meet 6pm for 6:15 start at Tower Hill for a short ride to Aldgate: http://goo.gl/maps/8CzmeThe protest ride will last approximately 20-30 minutes, including … Continue reading Join the LCC protest ride 6pm this evening from Tower Hill calling for more space for cyclists

London Cycling Campaign publishes guide to getting around London during the Olympics

The London Cycling Campaign have published a guide to getting around London by bike during the Olympics.Getting around London during the Olympic and Paralympic games is best done on a bike. However traffic during the games might affect cycle journeys as well. The Guide gives details of the road closures that will be in place … Continue reading London Cycling Campaign publishes guide to getting around London during the Olympics

Lambeth Borough Coordinator reflects on 12 years of cycling in Lambeth

At our May annual meeting outgoing Lambeth Cyclists' Borough Coordinator Philip Loy reflected on his 12 years' involvement.With the help of a powerpoint presentation Philip outlined the changes since 2000 reflecting on the improvements for cyclists that have been seen with the establishment of Transport for London, initiatives such as the London Cycling Network, the … Continue reading Lambeth Borough Coordinator reflects on 12 years of cycling in Lambeth

Lambeth Cyclists annual meeting and celebration tonight

Come to the Lambeth Cyclists meeting tonight!We hope you can join us for Lambeth Cyclists' meeting this evening (15 May 2012) 7:30pm upstairs at the Priory Arms pub, Lansdowne Way, Stockwell, SW8.The Priory Arms is a great pub with a good range of beers and food - see http://www.theprioryarms.co.uk/  for information on the pub. Tonight's … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists annual meeting and celebration tonight

40,000 people sign LCC’s Love London Go Dutch petition

Over 40,000 people have now signed the London Cycling Campaign's Love London Go Dutch petition - have you?Sign up now - “I want the mayoral candidates to pledge to make London more liveable for everyone by making our streets as safe and inviting for cycling as they are in Holland”Sign the Love London Go Dutch … Continue reading 40,000 people sign LCC’s Love London Go Dutch petition

Hundreds of Lambeth Cyclists call on next London Mayor to Go Dutch

Lambeth Cyclists Press Release: Hundreds of Lambeth Cyclists call on next London Mayor to Go DutchOn Saturday 28 April 2012 hundreds of cyclists from across Lambeth joined with more than 10,000 other people calling on the candidates for London Mayor to make London more cycle friendly.The ride was organised by the London Cycling Campaign as … Continue reading Hundreds of Lambeth Cyclists call on next London Mayor to Go Dutch

Join the Big Ride tomorrow: feeder rides from Streatham Hill, Brixton and Clapham Common

Tomorrow (Saturday 28 April 2012) join thousands of cyclists from across London for The Big Ride, a fun event with a serious message, calling on London's mayoral candidates to make the capital's streets as safe and inviting for cycling as they are in Holland.Organised by London Cycling Campaign the Big Ride follows a traffic free … Continue reading Join the Big Ride tomorrow: feeder rides from Streatham Hill, Brixton and Clapham Common