Lambeth will be running a free Dr Bike bike session this evening (17 July 2012) 5:30-7:30pm at the Kennington Triangle, opposite Oval tube station, SE11 (just off cycle superhighway 7)As well as basic checks, repairs and adjustments to your bike you can also have your bike security marked and gain an idea of what lorry … Continue reading Dr Bike this evening near Oval tube station
Call in for Dr Bike near to Oval tube station on your way to or from work on Monday! On Monday, 2 July 2012, BikeWorks will be running a Bike Clinic for passing cyclists at the junction of Kennington Park Road and Brixton Road on Cycle Superhighway 7 near to Oval tube station, SE11.Cyclists will … Continue reading Barclays Bike Clinic Monday 2 July near Oval station
If you missed out on the Dr Bike at the Bike Breakfast this morning there is another opportunity to get basic bike adjustments and repairs carried out this evening.Lambeth's Sustainable Transport team will be running a free Dr Bike bike session this evening (Tuesday 19 June 2012) 5:30-7:30pm on Kennington Park Road, SE11 opposite Oval … Continue reading Free Dr Bike this evening opposite Oval tube station
Lambeth will be running a free Dr Bike bike session Tuesday evening 5:30-7:30pm at the Kennington Triangle, opposite Oval tube station, SE11 (just off cycle superhighway 7)As well as basic checks, repairs and adjustments to your bike you can also have your bike security marked and gain an idea of what lorry drivers see from … Continue reading Free Dr Bike this evening in Kennington: opposite Oval tube station
Come and get your bike checked this evening at a free Doctor Bike session. Lambeth's Sustainable Transport team will be running the session in Kennington in the area opposite Oval tube station - on cycle superhighway 7 Southbound: look out for the bikes!. The team will be there 5:30-7:30pm.As well as basic checks, repairs and … Continue reading Free Dr Bike this evening in Kennington: near Oval tube
At our November meeting we agreed that we would press Transport for London to consider making the A23 in Lambeth and exemplar for a cycle friendly main route as part of LCC’s wider Go Dutch campaign. Our vision is for a road on which cyclists of all ages and abilities can happily travel safely at … Continue reading A23 in Lambeth to Go Dutch?
Transport for London are asking for feedback on the cycle superhighways.As we approach the first anniversary of the implementation of routes 3 and 7 TfL are asking for cyclists' views on the superhighways - complete the short survey on the TfL website.We have received feedback from many cyclists across Lambeth expressing concern about the "difficult … Continue reading Transport for London seeks feedback on cycle superhighways
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
Lambeth Cyclists were busy on Valentines Day giving out Valentines cards to passing cyclists thanking them for cycling and asking them to love their bike. In addition they were invited on a ‘date’ that evening – it turned out to be our regular meeting that owing to another booking at the Bread and Roses had … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists say Love your bike!
In late January 2005 a group from Lambeth Cyclists met Valerie Shawcross, GLA member for Lambeth and Southwark, at the junction outside Oval tube station to discuss improvements that can be made to make it safer for cyclists and pedestrians. Particular concerns that have been raised are the changing of lanes going Southwards down Kennington … Continue reading We show Shawcross the way at Oval