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Boris Johnson's cycle policy must try harderPublished: 12:00am 04 Mar 2008

In their first assessment of Boris Johnson’s Transport Manifesto, London Cycling Campaign said Boris Johnson must try harder if he is to win over London cyclists.Koy Thomson, LCC’s Chief Executive, said “Boris Johnson has said that he would go for...

Cycling centre stage in electoral campaign as Mayor unveils new programmePublished: 12:00am 11 Feb 2008

Ken Livingstone has placed cycling high on the Mayoral election agenda with promises for 12 cycling super-highways, a mass Parisian-style cycle scheme and cycle friendly zones in outer boroughs.London Cycling Campaign welcomes the step-change in p...

Valentines Day Cycle Fashion ShowPublished: 12:00am 01 Feb 2008

As part of London Fashion Week, East London’s Columbia Road will be transformed from Flower Market to High Fashion Catwalk on Thursday, 14 February, with a 'Wheels & Heels' cycle fashion show hosted by Hackney Council and Tower Hamlets Council...

LCC Audiovisual GroupPublished: 12:00am 30 Jan 2008

A new group seeks members to be involved in the production of audio visual materials such as videos, audio recordings and photographs that LCC would use to publicise and increase the impact of their campaigns.Working groups would get together for ...

20 mph must cover all streets under mayoral controlPublished: 12:00am 22 Jan 2008

The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, will at his weekly press conference today (22 January 2008) announce details of his proposed budget for improving London’s environment and maintaining London’s contribution to tackling climate change – includi...

£140 million Government support for cycling welcomed by London Cycling CampaignPublished: 12:00am 21 Jan 2008

Ruth Kelly, Secretary of State for Transport, has announced that the Government will be investing £140 million over the next three years to boost cycling nationally.The funding will be administered by Cycling England, the body set up by the Govern...

Cars should carry a health warning, says John WhiteleggPublished: 12:00am 12 Jan 2008

An article published in Wednesday 9th January's edition of the Guardian byJohn Whitelegg, professor of sustainable development at York University's Stockholm Environment Institute, claims that a person driving to work or doing the school run by ca...

Tower of London and British Museum campaign successPublished: 12:00am 09 Jan 2008

Following LCC's London Landmarks campaign which encouraged London's tourist attractions to install cycle parking and provide information for those who may wish to visit their sites by bike, two more attractions can be added to the list of successe...

LCC's Mayoral and London Assembly Manifesto 2008Published: 12:00am 09 Jan 2008

LCC's mayoral manifesto has been sent to the 2008 candidates for the London mayoral elections. The candidates' responses will be published in the April/May edition of LCC's magazine, London Cyclist, which goes out to all LCC members. If you're not...

Eastway and After: Riders invited to visit Hog HillPublished: 12:00am 09 Jan 2008

Press release from the Eastway Users Group:On Saturday 12th January all Eastway riders are invited by the London Development Agency to come and see what's being built at Hog Hill. There will be the indy circuit under construction and off-road in t...

City of London police crack down on cyclistsPublished: 12:00am 08 Jan 2008

City of London police were fining cyclists who rode through red lights in the City on the morning of Tuesday 8th January, possibly in a bid to cash in on publicity brought about by BBC1’s ‘Road Rage: The Battle for Britain’s Roads’ documentary air...

Matthew Parris apologises for death-to-cyclists commentPublished: 12:00am 04 Jan 2008

Times columnist Matthew Parris has apologised for his attack on cyclists in his column published on 27th December 2007 (‘What’s smug and deserves to be decapitated’), which suggested cyclists should be decapitated because of their alleged litterin...

Five ways to reduce the number of lorry-cyclist collisionsPublished: 12:00am 01 Jan 2008

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LCC's New Year RevolutionsPublished: 12:00am 01 Jan 2008

You can improve your health, do your bit for the environment and save money by cycling more. LCC is urging everyone to make a win/win resolution for 2008 and is offering a range of tips, as well as free downloadable booklets and free maps to get y...

2009 News ArchivesPublished: 12:00am 01 Jan 2008

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