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London Cycling Awards: Project Award FinalistsPublished: 10:35am 10 July 2014

London Cycling Awards: Project Award Finalists
Following submissions from all over London, the finalists in the Project Award categories were then selected by a panel of cycling experts.
The contenders for...

London Cycling Awards: Consumer Award FinalistsPublished: 9:36am 10 July 2014

London Cycling Awards: Consumer Award Finalists
London Cycling Campaign members took the handlebars for nominations in the Consumer Awards, with the finalists then put to the public vote.
The contenders f...

Cyclesafe junctions at Oval great for London cyclistsPublished: 7:10am 10 July 2014

 The road junctions at Oval triangle have been a major hazard to cyclists on Cycle Superhighway 7 and for people coming from Brixton and Camberwell.
The new plans shown by Transport for London this week will transform the junction with thr...

TfL consult on what could be London's first real cycle superhighway at VauxhallPublished: 11:07am 9 July 2014

Fully segregated lanes running through the worst traffic one-way system in London and across Vauxhall Bridge make this the most ambitious cycle infrastructure yet seen in London. The complex plans and options are open for public consulta...

Ben Plowden visits the Hackney Volunteer Police Cadets Bike ProjectPublished: 1:07pm 3 July 2014

Ben Plowden, Transport for London’s Director of Planning and Surface Transport, has visited the Hackney Volunteer Police Cadets Bike Project, one of the twenty one bike projects awarded by the Community Cycling Fund for London in 2...

BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine to host London Cycling Awards 2014Published: 12:26pm 3 July 2014

We are pleased to announce that the host for this year’s London Cycling Awards is BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine.

The award-winning journalist who was named Speech Broadcaster of the Year by the Radio Academy in 2011 and 2005 has be...

Enfield Cycling Campaign Published: 9:10am 3 July 2014

Support safer cycling on Palmers Green high street  
Show local shopkeepers that mini Holland won’t take away their business. Join our ‘cycle cash mob’, spend a bit of money and show that people ...

20 on the 20th - 20 mph limit in City of London from 20th JulyPublished: 4:10pm 2 July 2014

As of the 20th of July all roads in the City of London, except Lower/Upper Thames St, will have a 20 mph speed limit. The welcome reduction in the limit (from 30mph) vindicates the long standing 20 mph campaign of LCC activists who live and work i...

Review: The Complete Book of the Tour de FrancePublished: 2:06pm 2 July 2014

Book Review: The Complete Book of the Tour de France.
Fergal McKay
“Every Tour, every single day generates as many stories as there are people riding it.” Feargal McKay in seven hundred pages selects a tiny fraction of these stories,...

Islington cyclists protest over missing cycle trackPublished: 4:34pm 29 June 2014

Cyclists from Islington Cyclists Action Group, the LCC local branch, protested at Clerkenwell's unfinished and unused cycle track last week, as reported  in the Islington Tribune.
The 70ft by 10ft length of cycle track remains closed...

Driver charged with causing London cyclist's death by careless drivingPublished: 10:31am 26 June 2014

On 15th July 2103 last year cyclist Alan Neve, aged 54, died after a crash with a lorry in Holborn. Alan had been on his way from his home in Poplar to work for the Performing Rights Society in the West End.
Lorry driver Barry Meyer, 52 from Wa...

Cyclists Stay Back stickers to go!Published: 7:56am 26 June 2014

After six months of persistant criticism Transport for London has agreed to help remove the "Cyclist Stay Back" stickers from cars, vans and buses.
This is a considerable victory for London Cycling Campaign and our cycling and transport campaig...

Prudential RideLondon 2014 - Get involved!Published: 2:07pm 24 June 2014

Prudential RideLondon returns this summer on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th August; come and celebrate cycling with London Cycling Campaign at the flagship festival and true legacy of the 2012 Games.
We have been involved with the ...

Battle of the Bags - Carradice Camper Vs Carradry Published: 11:56am 24 June 2014

Carradice of Nelson have been making bicycle luggage for some 80 years. The venerable Camper saddlebag is one of their earliest designs dating back to the fifties; the Carradry saddlebag is one of the latest. With the recent revival of saddlebag...

Review: 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs of the Tour De FrancePublished: 10:12am 23 June 2014

Book Review
100 Greatest Cycling Climbs of the Tour De France
Simon Warren

The latest instalment in the 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs series, Simon Warren rides, photographs, describes, maps and profiles the 100 greatest climbs of the Tour de F...