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Trek donates £20k to London Cycling CampaignPublished: 12:00am 15 Feb 2010

Trek Bicycles, one of the UK’s leading bicycle brands, has shown its commitment to cyclists in the capital by making a large donation to the London Cycling Campaign, the charity that fights for cyclists’ interests in the capital.
The ...

LCC demands Cycle Super-highways not 'Superficial-highways'Published: 12:00am 20 Sep 2009

On the day of Skyride, when 50,000 London cyclists enjoy truly cycle-friendly streets, the London Cycling Campaign is inviting Mayor Boris Johnson to set clear cycle-friendly quality standards for his 12 Cycle Superhighways.
LCC has laid out Cycl...

Crucial bike parking victory for London cyclistsPublished: 12:00am 12 Mar 2009

LCC and London cyclists are celebrating victory against legislation that could have seriously undermined the growth of cycling in the capital.
A proposed law that could have made bike parking in London a ‘lock it and lose it’ lottery ...

Bus Lane Watch to monitor motorbike trialPublished: 12:00am 01 Jan 2009

The London Cycling Campaign is launching an awareness and monitoring campaign in response to an 18 month trial permitting motorbikes into many London bus lanes.  Cyclists and pedestrians are being advised to 'Be Aware, Take Extra Care' in bus...

Cycle routes under threat as mayor slashes fundingPublished: 12:00am 21 Nov 2008

Cycle route funding for London boroughs has been slashed in half undermining the Mayor’s plans to more than treble cycling levels in the capital. The London Cycling Campaign, representing the interests of cyclists, says hundreds of planned c...

New cycling initiatives can’t work on their ownPublished: 12:00am 05 Nov 2008

The Mayor’s new cycling initiatives need the continuation of existing cycling programmes to deliver growth in cycle use says the London Cycling Campaign.
LCC welcomes the Mayor’s plans for a mass cycle hire scheme, cycle hubs in the o...

Fury at lack of public consultation over motorbikes in bus lanesPublished: 12:00am 27 Oct 2008

Mayor Boris Johnson’s decision to put motorbikes in bus lanes has caused fury due to the lack of public consultation with either of the two groups, cyclists and pedestrians, facing the greatest potential danger from the measure.
The London ...

Shops without bike stands lose businessPublished: 12:00am 03 Oct 2008

Shops and businesses are missing out on customers by not having anywhere for cycle users to leave their bikes, according to the London Cycling Campaign.
The organisation is launching a new campaign to increase the number of parking stands outside...

London Cycling Campaign celebrates 30 years of actionPublished: 12:00am 24 Sep 2008

Next week, London Cycling Campaign – the world’s largest independent urban cycling organisation – celebrates 30 years of lobbying to make London a more cycle-friendly city.
It is fitting LCC’s birthday coincides with Freew...

Pick up an LCC ride to Freewheel near youPublished: 12:00am 05 Sep 2008

Cyclists from all corners of the capital can enjoy an escorted bike ride all the way to this year’s Sky Sports London Freewheel bike event taking place on Sunday 21 September 2008.
Experienced cyclists from London Cycling Campaign will be l...

Community groups to be the stars of the cycling showPublished: 12:00am 29 Aug 2008

Tough youths from warring postcodes cycling together; Asian women riding with their veils on; refugee kids separated from parents by war restore abandoned bicycles; women fleeing domestic violence, on bikes; obese children fighting the flab with p...