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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...

Sustrans win £50 million for walking and cyclingPublished: 12:00am 12 Dec 2007

Sustrans’ UK-wide Connect2 bid to transform local travel – bringing huge health and environmental benefits – has won the public vote in the Big Lottery Fund’s: The People’s £50 Million contest.Sustrans’ John Grimshaw said: “We are immensely gratef...

LCC's CEO speaks at Climate Change rallyPublished: 12:00am 11 Dec 2007

LCC's CEO Koy Thomson spoke at the National Climate March on Saturday 8th December, addressing thousands of participants who turned up to support the event.The rally was one of many taking place across the world on the same day to demand that worl...

Connect2 phone voting now openPublished: 12:00am 07 Dec 2007

Sustrans' Connect2 bid to win £50 million Lottery funding to improve walking and cycling in 79 communities across the UK including 6 schemes in London is entering its final stages.  Online voting has been open for over a week, but from today there...

Join an Otesha Cycle Tour in Summer 2008Published: 12:00am 27 Nov 2007

The Otesha Project UK are looking to recruit young people aged 18-25 to take part in cycle tours in summer 2008, travelling the UK by bike while making a real difference in the world.Otesha say:"If you want to actually do something that matte...

Vote for walking and cycling: Connect2 needs you!Published: 12:00am 27 Nov 2007

LCC is encouraging everyone to get online to support Sustrans' Connect2, and transform walking and cycling locally and across the UK. By visiting the People's 50 Million website and voting for Sustrans' Connect2, everyone can help bring new local ...

Wimbledon Winter WonderlandPublished: 12:00am 16 Nov 2007

Pedal4elf, a locally based community cycling project has joined up with Wimbledon Racquets and Fitness club for the Wimbledon Winter Wonderland parade on 29th November. Head elf, Fred Ellis said:"We are trying to be as green as possible this ...

St Pancras update - protest reportPublished: 12:00am 14 Nov 2007

Almost a hundred cyclists circled St Pancras International on the morning of Wednesday 14th November, the first day of Eurostar service. They were there to protest that cycling seems to have been forgotten in the £800m redesign of the flagship sta...

Rapha Roller Race: Culture Clash IIPublished: 12:00am 02 Nov 2007

Rapha is staging a grand night of roller racing on Saturday 17th November 2007 at the Classic Car Club in Old Street, London. The evening will feature a four-way clash between teams of bicycle couriers, cycle journalists, media folk and a ‘dark ho...

Lack of cycle facilities at St Pancras sparks protestPublished: 12:00am 31 Oct 2007

Cycle users will be converging on St Pancras at 8am on November 14th to protest at the lack of facilities for cyclists at London’s new flagship destination for the Eurostar. LCC local groups including Camden Cycling Campaign and City Cyclists will...

Cycle protest at Eurostar flagshipPublished: 11:00pm 24 Oct 2007

UPDATE: For a report on the St Pancras protest, please follow the link on the right.St Pancras International is to be circled by demonstrators on bicycles, assembling outside the German Gymnasium, Pancras Road, for 8.30am on the first day of publi...

London Cycling Awards 2007Published: 11:00pm 17 Oct 2007

More than 25 projects were nominated for the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) awards, which recognise the best contributions to the increase in cycling in London. The awards were presented at LCC’s annual general meeting on Tuesday October 16. Clare ...

David Brown to speak at tonight's AGMPublished: 11:00pm 15 Oct 2007

LCC AGM UPDATE:Unfortunately due to illness, Ken Livingstone is no longer able to appear at the LCC AGM taking place tonight at City Hall. We are pleased to announce that David Brown, Managing Director of Surface Transport at Transport for London,...