London Cycling Award winners show off best-practice in the capital
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 12:00am 20 Nov 2010
- Posted in: Blog, Tower Hamlets, Kingston upon Thames, Hammersmith and Fulham
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- Boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Kingston upon Thames, Hammersmith and Fulham
At LCC's 2010 Annual General Meeting, the best cycling projects and events in the capital were recognised by the London Cycling Awards.
Winners included the million-journey Cycle Hire scheme, and lorry driver training in Hammersmith & Fulham designed to make streets safer for cyclists.
To find out more about each project, please follow the link on the right to read the report in London Cyclist magazine.
photos Steve Rutherford
London Cyclist Special Award: Lorry driver training in Hammersmith & Fulham Richard Evans of H&F council and David Porter of Serco accept the award from London Cyclist editor John Kitchiner.
Best Facility Award: Barclays Cycle Hire Mick Hickford and colleagues from Transport for London accept the award from LAM Jenny Jones.
Best cycling project for young people or children: Streets of Growth The Streets of Growth team accept their award from Caroline Pigeon.
Best Workplace Programme: Tower Hamlets Cycling Club Sam Margolis accepts the award from LAM Caroline Pigeon
Best community cycling project: Tower Hamlets Cycling Club Laktar Ghulal accepts the award from LAM Andrew Boff
Best Cycling Event (joint winner): Friday Night Ride To The Coast Simon Legg receives the award from LAM Jenny Jones.
Best Cycling Event: Teddington Bike To Work Nick Bailey accepts the award from LAM Jenny Jones.