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Mayor of Hilllingdon attends Interschool Championship at Field End Junior School’s new bike track Published: 11:00pm 30 Jun 2010

 

Councillor David Yarrow, Mayor of Hillingdon, his wife and representatives from the local transport police and safer neighbourhood team attended the Interschool Championship on Tuesday 29th June.
Field End Junior School runs a highly s...

Bike recycling empowering the local community in KingstonPublished: 11:00pm 27 Jun 2010

Project co-ordinator Bart Ricketts (far right) with participants

 

 
Kingston Eco-op is a social enterprise based in Kingston upon Thames which offers supported employment skills and training for disabled people and those at r...

19,000km bike ride for Help for HeroesPublished: 11:00pm 27 Jun 2010

Simon and his bike.

 
Simon Perry, 29 year old Brit based in Madrid, is embarking on a 10 month bike ride to raise money for Help for Heroes, a charity offering direct support to members of the armed services who have been injured in th...

Bus lanes trial has resulted in motorbike speeding and more crashesPublished: 11:00pm 24 Jun 2010

The mayor has extended the motorbikes in bus lanes trial even though an independent report has found that it might be placing motorcyclists and cyclists at greater risk of injury.
The report, commissioned by Transport for London, concludes that &...

Last chance to nominate campaigners for mentoring programmePublished: 11:00pm 23 Jun 2010

Midday, Wednesday 30 June 2010 is the closing date for applications for an SMK Award, for people who want to take their campaigning skills to the next level.Winners receive a six-month, all-expenses paid, bespoke programme of support from the Shei...

All London boroughs delivering cycle training 2010/11Published: 11:00pm 23 Jun 2010

An LCC investigation has established which borough councils are spending the most on cycle training in 2010-11.
Money for cycle training is no longer ring-fenced for the purpose by Transport for London, but all London councils have chosen to supp...

'We need to get new Transport Minister on Bike' Boris tells LCC Published: 11:00pm 23 Jun 2010

photo LCC interviews the Mayor on the expansion of the Cycle Hire Scheme to East and outer London

LCC's campaign's manager Tom Bogdanowicz spoke to Mayor Boris Johnson recently about the Cycle Hire Scheme.
TB When will the Cycle Hire Schem...

Three LCC-administered projects nominated for Smarter Travel AwardsPublished: 09:29pm 23 Jun 2010

Three LCC-adminstered Community Cycling Fund for London projects have been listed for Smarter Travel Awards.
The three projects are:

Bromley Cyclists Big Foot Clubs 
Regent's Park police and Frank Barnes school
Ealing Cycling Campaign...

150-mile cycle ride visits all London football clubsPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

An epic 150-mile charity cycle ride to all 22 football stadia in London brought together an unlikely bunch of people.

151 miles London to Barnsley, as the crow flies
18 hours
3162ft climb/descent Equivalent to going up and down Scafell, Eng...

Two-tier cycle parking at Waterloo shows the way forwardPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010


photo The new bike stands at Waterloo are the minimum that each mainlain station should have

Two-tier cycle racks have been opened at Waterloo station, increasing the number of parking spaces at one of Britain’s busiest railway station...

Buy a Trek bike and get free LCC membershipPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

Anyone who buys a Trek Bike from a participating London bike shop before 30 June 2010 will be given one-year's free membership to LCC, as part of the company's Go By Bike promotion.
Trek will also provide customers with a ‘Free Your Bi...

LCC welcomes TfL report recommending 20mph for all London bridgesPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

LCC is pleased that the mayor might make Southwark Bridge a 20mph zone as part of Superhighway 7, but is keen to draw to his attention a report that strongly recommends all central London bridges should be 20mph.
The 2008 Transport for London Bri...

Three questions: fill in our 20-second web surveyPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

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A41 cyclist fatality highlights lethal London junctionsPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

A cyclist fatality has highlighted the problem of dangerous junctions that exist all over Greater London and the UK. LCC says these relics from the past must be made safe.Click the image once to watch; twice to view in a larger window.

Successful Greenways programme victim of TfL budget changesPublished: 11:00pm 09 Jun 2010

photo Greenways, like this new one in Beckenham, provide safe and useful links for walkers and cyclists 

 
Another section of successful cycling and walking route has been opened in Greater London, in Beckenham, as part of the...