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LCC's AGM, Awards, and Celebrity Panel Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

LCC’s 2004 AGM, Awards and celebrity panel discussion was held on Wednesday evening 13th October 2004  at Kings College, Franklin Wilkins Building, 150 Stamford St, SE1The new style AGM in the evening was a success with an increase in attendance u...

Ken launches LCC's All Ability Cycling Group Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

Mayor Ken Livingstone is to launch the London Cycling Campaign’s All Abilities Cycling Group on Tuesday 25 March. Cycles available for trying at the launch will include hand-cycles, tandems, recumbent cycles, the Duet wheelchair/cycle and side-by-...

London cycling conference: fully booked Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

Information for conference delegates and pressDue to unprecedented demand, the conference is now fully booked and we are unable to accept more bookings.Conference delegate packs have been mailed to delegates. If you have registered but not receive...

Cycling Oscars announced Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

Competition was incredibly tough for this year's LCC Awards, which were announced on Saturday 2 November.John Biggs from the Greater London Assembly and Chair of the Transport Committee presented the awards and praised the range and quality of the...

Bicycle - favourite invention, ever! Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

Listeners of BBC Radio 4's Today programme have, almost unanimously voted the bicycle their favourite invention ever.The bicycle received 70% of the vote in the results of an online survey published recently (2/11/2002). The next favoured inventio...

London Cycle Guides get people on bikes Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

London Cycling Campaign research shows that people using the London Cycle Guides are encouraged to get on their bikes for the first time. People already cycling in London are getting on the bikes more, finding new routes around London.The main fin...

Tube strike - get on your bike Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

LCC is encouraging everyone who would normally get the tube to avoid the frustrations of the strike and hop on a bike to do their trip rather than get frustrated on a bus or in a car.“Not only will most people’s journeys be quicker by bike”, says ...

London Boroughs to get £758 million for transportation Published: 11:00pm 29 Aug 2006

TfL Press release - 23 November 2004 Mayor announces record five-year £758 million funding programme for local transport improvementsSustained local transport investment aims to improve journeys from ‘the moment Londoners’ leave their front door’....

Bike Week 12-20th June 2004 Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

LCC is organising more than 100 events across the capital for a celebration of cycling during Bike Week.  Already thousands of people have turned up for bike events in London this weekend including a bike festival in Trafalgar Square at which the ...

Rides and Events list for Bike Week 2003 14th to 22nd June 2003 Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

The database that provided the listing for this page has been taken off-line.  If you want information about events that took place in 2003, please contact the LCC office.

Why not come along to the International Cycle Show 2004? Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

This exciting event is being held at the Business Design Centre, London N1 0QH and is open to the public from Friday 24th September to Sunday 26th September. Tickets to the show can be bought in advance online and for more details about the show v...

Ken supports All Ability cycling Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

On Tuesday 25 March 2003, London Mayor Ken Livingstone launched the London Cycling Campaign's All Ability Cycling Group with the message 'Cycling is for everyone’. The Mayor rode a side-by-side bike with the group’s chair Debbie Allaire (a wheelch...

London Cycling Campaign Awards 2003 Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

(picture to go in here)A canal cycle route in East London has been named the capital’s best new cycling facility in the London Cycling Campaign Awards 2003.The new floating towpath on the Limehouse Cut canal was one of five winners named in the aw...

Southwark Cyclists work with Jeremy Deller, Turner Prize winner Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

Whilst accepting the Turner Prize this week, British artist Jeremy Deller dedicated it to "everyone who cycles in London".As part of the exhibit at Tate Britain, Southwark Cyclists lead by Barry Mason as Borough Coordinator have organise...

New look LCC Website Published: 11:00pm 28 Aug 2006

The LCC Website has had a makeover and over the next few weeks we will be testing the new version of the site. You may find at times that some of the pages and features of the old site are not working.