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Central London cycle shop hosts big-brand bike launchesPublished: 11:00pm 15 September 2010

photo Whyte On Your Bike will be hosting two product launches this September, Whyte and Genesis bikes
 

 
'On Your Bike' cycle shop in Tooley Street, SE1, is hosting product launches from Genesis and Whyte.
Genesis will be showin...

Serious injury to cyclist in Southwark renews calls for safer lorriesPublished: 11:00pm 15 September 2010

LCC is renewing its calls for strong action on lorry danger after a cyclist was taken to hospital with serious head injuries on Friday 11 September 2010.
The crash involved a male cyclist and an articulated lorry at the junction of Long...

LCC teams up with Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham for World Mental Health DayPublished: 11:00pm 14 September 2010

photo Cycle training with Mind. Credit: Nicola Wissbrock

 
 
 
 
As part of Time to Change's campaign to end mental health discrimination, LCC and Mind in Tower Hamlets & Newham have joined forces to organise ...

TfL funded cycling projects boost numbers on LCC guided rides to SkyridePublished: 11:00pm 14 September 2010

Cycling projects funded this year and in previous years by Transport for London's Community Cycling Fund for London turned out in force at London’s biggest cycling event.
From all corners of the city, the groups joined LCC&rsquo...

ARTCRANK: London's first bicycle poster showPublished: 11:00pm 14 September 2010

On Friday 17th September, ARTCRANK is launching London’s first bicycle poster show at Look Mum No Hands on Old Street.
The outfit is bringing together cycling as the most accessible way to get around cities and poster art as the most access...

Thousands join LCC guided rides to a record-size London SkyridePublished: 11:00pm 5 September 2010

Tens of thousands of cyclists, including a huge number of children, joined LCC led rides on Sunday 5 September 2010 to swell numbers the London Skyride to over 80,000.
Proving categorically the appetite huge for enjoying cycling in the capital, f...

Tell us what you think of the Cycle Hire Scheme and SuperhighwaysPublished: 11:00pm 2 September 2010

Tell LCC what you think of the Cycle Hire Scheme and the Cycle Superhighways.
Your comments will inform our response to a London Assembly examination of the mayor's cycling programmes.
Please take a minute to give your views here.

Cycle 2 Work Scheme must be protected to help boost cyclingPublished: 3:08pm 2 September 2010

LCC has expressed concern that new tax rules affecting the Cycle 2 Work scheme could reduce the number of new cyclists.
The Cycle 2 Work tax incentive scheme has allowed tens of thousands of people to buy a new bicycle at a reduced rate via their...

LCC will make sure London local councils don't forget cyclistsPublished: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

A new funding arrangement for local government in Greater London - Local Implementation Plans (LIPs) - will determine how councils spend your money in the coming five years.
LCC has put together a 'Rough Guide to LIPs' (download it on the right) ...

Now's the time to nominate for the London Cycling AwardsPublished: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

If there’s a great cycling project, or facility out there that you think deserves a prestigious award there’s still a chance to nominate it for the London Cycling Awards.
The nomination deadline is Monday 11 October 2010, so set ...

London gets business leaders moving during City Cycling ChallengePublished: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

As part of the European Mobility Week, the City of London Corporation is calling on City managers to get on their bikes and raise money for the charity Re-Cycle.
By taking part in the City Cycle Challenge, participants commit to do at l...

Why not fund-raise for LCC's 'No More Lethal Lorries' campaign?Published: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

LCC has set up a Virgin Money Giving page to make it easier for our members to help us raise more funds for our campaigns.
You can help us hit our £10,000 fundraising target for our current HGV safety campaign 'No More Lethal Lorries'....

Minister enjoys cycle training but Cycling England could face cutsPublished: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

Secretary of State for Transport Theresa Villiers has benefited from Bikeability cycle training, at the same time that rumours are circulating that Cycling England might lose funding in the next round of government cuts.
Cycling England, lau...

LCC AGM takes place on Wednesday 16 November 2010Published: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

LCC's annual general meeting takes place on Wednesday 17 November 2010.Even though registration has closed, members are still welcome, although due to the size of the venue latecomers might have to stand for part of the evening.Find more details a...

Transport for London's cycling adsPublished: 11:00pm 1 September 2010

 

 
Transport for London has launched a series of six advertisements to promote cycling.
One advert, complete with celebs Dermot O’Leary and Edith Bowman, is currently playing to cinema audiences.
The ot...