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David Brown to speak at tonight's AGMPublished: 11:00pm 15 October 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,...

Get Cycle Tastic this October half termPublished: 11:00pm 10 October 2007

From Tuesday 23rd October to Sunday 28th October, you can get Cycle Tastic with Brent Eleven Streets Association. Running from 11am to 5pm each day, activities include learning how to fix your bike for free, getting your bike fixed, building a bik...

Kev Livingstone to speak at LCC AGMPublished: 11:00pm 8 October 2007

We're pleased to announce that Mayor Ken Livingstone will be speaking at London Cycling Campaign's Annual General Meeting, on October 16th. Mr Livingstone will be doing a presentation on cycling in London between 6pm and 6.30pm. The event takes pl...

2000 cyclists demand safer lorriesPublished: 11:00pm 3 October 2007

2000 cyclists have signed petitions supporting London Cycling Campaign's call for wide vision mirrors to be fitted to all lorries.  London Cycling Campaign (LCC) warns lives may needlessly be put at risk because the Department for Transport (DfT) ...

LCC competition - win a £700 road bikePublished: 11:00pm 25 September 2007

LCC will be running a prize draw for people who sign up as new members during Cycle Show 2007 at Earls Court on October 12th-14th. Everyone who joins will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a £720 Pinnacle Sentinal 2.0 road bike, pi...

7 Urgent Steps to Daily CyclingPublished: 11:00pm 19 September 2007

London Cycling Campaign welcomes the enthusiasm for cycling generated by the Hovis London Freewheel. Urgent action is needed to capitalise on this enthusiasm. London would benefit greatly if the tens of thousands of event participants, and many ot...

Are you an experienced cyclist? Fancy some free marshall training?Published: 11:00pm 14 September 2007

LCC is looking for experienced cyclists to volunteer as leaders and marshalls on rides from points across London to the Hovis London Freewheel on September 23rd.Many of the people on the rides will be new and inexperienced cyclists who will really...

Contact LCC about Freewheel ridesPublished: 11:00pm 12 September 2007

For registered riders: contact us here if you need more details about your ride start point.

Members' offer! Get a friend to join LCC and win a prizePublished: 11:00pm 9 September 2007

To celebrate the first London Freewheel event this September, LCC is running a special offer for members. If you’re an LCC member and you get a friend or relative to join LCC using the form on the right, they’ll automatically get an exclusive LCC ...

Sunday September 9th: Tour of Britain hits LondonPublished: 11:00pm 4 September 2007

This weekend sees the return of the Tour of Britain in 2007. The Tour, which involves seven days of racing by elite riders, will pass through the South East, Somerset, West Midlands, Yorkshire, the Northwest and Scotland. In past years the race ha...

Deadline for nominations to the LCC Board approachingPublished: 11:00pm 15 August 2007

A quick reminder that the deadline for nominations to the LCC board is 5pm on Monday 20th August, so if you are interested in becoming a Board member please make sure that you have submitted a nomination form signed by you and a proposer and secon...

Volunteer as a leader or marshallPublished: 11:00pm 9 August 2007

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Be a cycling ambassador for LCCPublished: 11:00pm 9 August 2007

We're looking for enthusiastic cycling ambassadors who can man the Hubs in parks across London and the LCC stand in St James's Park and offer cycling advice and information about LCC to potential new members during Hovis London Freewheel on Sunday...

Active Travel Consortium launches £30 million walking and cycling projectPublished: 11:00pm 24 July 2007

LCC is a member of the Active Travel Consortium (ATC), a unique grouping of cycling, walking and health organisations delighted to have received funding of £20 million from the Big Lottery Fund's Well-being programme to help communities build heal...

Cycling Exhibitions in LondonPublished: 11:00pm 10 July 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 ...