The London Cycling Campaign started life as a grassroots campaign group in the 70s and we have supported grassroots and community projects across London ever since.
We help and try to link up projects through our local groups and network of supporters. If you are running or starting a community cycling project then we may be able to help, contact email@example.com if you have any questions. We also administer Transport for London's Community Cycling Fund which supports hard-to-reach groups to set up cycling projects in their local community.
Community Cycling Fund for London (CCFL)
Since 2003, we've been putting our energies into promoting cycling to all kinds of Londoners, including many less privileged groups.
We’ve shown that using and working with bikes can make people more independent, help take them off benefits, and build more stable communities.
Through the Community Cycling Fund for London, we've administered over £1,000,000 in grants and provided thousands of hours of free guidance to enthusiastic volunteers so they can:
- Pay for bikes, tools and storage
- Teach cycle training and maintenance
- Organise educational and enjoyable cycling events
By promoting group working, teaching practical skills, and through the therapeutic effects of outdoor activity and exercise, these cycling projects have given deserving adults and children an opportunity to improve their lives.
Apply for funding
CCFL is supported by Transport for London and administered by LCC. The fund works with community based projects that enable people of all ages and backgrounds to experience the benefits of cycling.
The dates for the 2013 funding round are still to be confirmed. To make sure you find out first about upcoming CCFL funding opportunities, sign up to be an official supporter and receive updates by email.
In order to be eligible for funding you have to be a community group, a charity, a third sector or not for profit organisation, a community interest company, or a social enterprise. Schools accredited through TfL's STAR scheme may be eligible for funding.
For more information and to check if you are eligible for funding contact the Cycling Projects team on 020 7234 9310 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.