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Cycling Exhibitions in LondonPublished: 11:00pm 10 Jul 2007

FIXED Exhibition at the Design MuseumIn the Tank exhibition area in front of the Design Museum, Shad Thames, until 9 September, free to view any time day or night, FIXED is a survey of fixed gear bikes from 1888 to the present day. Featuring four ...

Tour de France rides and viewing area registration closing soonPublished: 11:00pm 27 Jun 2007

Want to join an LCC ride from your local area and watch the Tour de France Prologue race on Saturday 7th July from our exclusive viewing area in Hyde Park? Registration will be closing at the end of Sunday 1st July (possibly sooner if we run out o...

Tour de France FAQPublished: 11:00pm 25 Jun 2007

On Saturday 7th July, LCC will be taking thousands of riders from points across London to an exclusive viewing area in Hyde Park to watch the Prologue race of the Tour de France. You can find out more or register to join us or help out by followin...

Cyclists wanted for Bicycle BalletPublished: 11:00pm 19 Jun 2007

The Bicycle Ballet and is exactly what it says it is: a ballet performed on bicycles. The show has a core of cycling dancers, but they need lots of volunteer cyclists to make up the Chorus and (with less commitment) the Cycling Mass.The performanc...

Bike Week is here! Published: 11:00pm 18 Jun 2007

Thousands of people are flocking to Bike Week events across the capital to celebrate cycling and to encourage more people to get on their bikes. Bike Week is the UK’s annual celebration of cycling with 1,500 events expected to attract more than 25...

See and be seen around HGVs in Trafalgar SquarePublished: 11:00pm 18 Jun 2007

Two large lorries will be set up all day Tuesday and Wednesday in Trafalgar Square between 7am and 7pm. This is your chance to get up close and stay safe. Sit in the driver's cab, see what you look like in the driver's mirror. Walk/cycle around th...

London Cycling Awards 2007Published: 11:00pm 18 Jun 2007

The London Cycling Awards 2007 have been launched and we are inviting nominations for the capital’s best cycling initiatives.The awards, run by LCC, aim to recognise and celebrate the greatest contributions to increasing and enhancing cycling in t...

MPs ride the Tour de FrancePublished: 11:00pm 12 Jun 2007

Passing Buckingham PalaceThe All Party Parliamentary Bike Ride, the annual event which aims to promote cycling for all as part of Bike2Work, took around 25 MPs and peers on the route of the Prologue course of the Tour de France, including Transpor...

Meeting between Eastway riders and Olympic Delivery AuthorityPublished: 11:00pm 22 May 2007

An open meeting is due to take place between the Eastway Users' Group and the Olympic Delivery Authority, featuring a presentation on the Legacy Velopark plans from the ODA and a Q&A giving the riders an opportunity to give their views on the ...

Met Police win case against Critical MassPublished: 11:00pm 22 May 2007

The Met Police’s appeal against the ruling that London’s Critical Mass bike ride did not need permission under the Public Order Act  has been successful.  This does not ban the critical mass but potentially gives the police the power to make arres...

'Two Tings' towpaths campaign launchedPublished: 11:00pm 13 May 2007

Friday 4th May saw the launch of the British Waterways ‘Two Tings’ campaign, which aims to make towpaths safer for everyone.
The campaign promotes a ‘code of conduct’ for towpath users, encouraging cyclists to use a bell...

Look out – exploding bikesPublished: 11:00pm 03 May 2007

If you park near a "sensitive" public building, you may return to find your bike has been removed and taken to the local nick.Current police thinking on "exploding bikes" was apparently drawn up with the IRA in mind and now Jen...

HGVs in the pressPublished: 11:00pm 03 May 2007

A proposal by Ben Webster in The Times that “women cyclists ‘risk death’ by obeying traffic lights” is speculation based on an unpublished Transport for London report, says LCC.Urgent action is required by TfL to reduce the number of cyclists and ...

Met police appeal against decision to allow Critical MassPublished: 11:00pm 02 Apr 2007

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has insisted that they would go ahead with their appeal against the decision to allow the Critical Mass bike ride to continue in London. Critical Mass rides have been taking place since April 1994 and la...

Community Cycling Fund for London is now accepting applicationsPublished: 11:00pm 29 Mar 2007

*The deadline for this round of funding has now passed and applications are no longer being accepted. The next round of funding will be open from 4th June to 29th June.*The CCFL (Community Cycling Fund for London) is LCC's community cycling grants...