Dr Ashok Sinha, Chief executive
Formerly a trustee, Ashok was appointed chief executive in 2010. As well as having a doctorate in renewable energy, he's a passionate advocate for all things cycling, and never happier than being out on his bike with his family.
Lucy Cooper, Marketing and income generation manager
With several years experience in the not-for-profit sector, Lucy brings the team marketing and fund-raising expertise.
Stewart Dring, Cycling projects manager
After successful spells working at both the Department for Transport and Crossrail, Stewart joined us in 2011 to help administer a new range of cycling-promotion projects aimed at getting more Londoners on bikes.
Chris Jubb, Business development manager
When not plotting to climb an Alpine mountain pass or racing at Hillingdon, Chris is promoting our excellent range of cycling projects and services – including corporate membership, bike loan, pool bikes and other products and services.
Tom Bogdanowicz, Senior policy and development officer
Before switching to cycling activism, Tom was a journalist reporting on transport, business matters and mountain biking. An astute political lobbyist and dedicated campaigner, he's also author of London's best leisure cycling guide.
Charlie Lloyd, Campaigns officer
A former HGV driver, Charlie is an expert on the haulage industry and road danger. He sits on the Cycle Safety Working Group, and leads on LCC's infrastructure policy. A Hackney resident, he can often be found enjoying cycling in the New Forest.
John Kitchiner, London Cyclist editor
John joined us after 11 years in charge of MBR, one of the world's strongest cycling brands. He consistently pushes the quality of our membership magazine higher with every issue, and now also produces our innovative weekly e-zines.
Amy Summers, Activism co-ordinator
Amy joined us from Amnesty International UK where she coordinated their nationwide network of activists and local groups. She now supports our local activists and seeks to maximise our member and supporter campaigning actions.
Matthew Dunton, Membership officer
Matthew's broad shoulders carry the considerable expectations of our 12,000 members, and he makes sure he never lets them down. Unflappable and conscientious, he's also a key member of the marketing team.
Lu Everett, Cycling projects officer
Lu was training as a cycling instructor when she first joined us as a volunteer. After a successful spell as our office manager, she's now an integral part of our Cycling Projects team, managing our AGM, annual conference and awards events.
Anna Gudaniec, Cycling projects officer
Anna joined us following stints at Crisis, Bikeworks, and as an LCC office volunteer. With a background in photography, Anna puts her skills to good use for LCC, while also playing a key role in our behaviour-change programmes.
Aurora Trujillo, Grants officer
Aurora has been involved in cycle campaigning for the last eight years. After working as an academic researcher, she set up a bike co-operative, now using her experience to support community cycling projects across London.
Thomas Marshall-Potter, Cycling projects executive
Since graduating from UCL in 2011, Thomas has gained experience at the BBC and Transport for London. He uses his understanding of policy and infrastructure to help deliver our cycling schemes.
Chris Evans, Finance officer
With his encyclopaedic knowledge of all things financial, Chris is an essential part of our organisations toolkit. When taking a well-earned break from his spreadsheets, he can be found cycling in the UK and abroad with his family.
Jim Bush, Finance assistant
Jim's meticulous bookkeeping skills are essential to the smooth running of the organisation.to the smooth running of the organisation. Jim has a physical disability and finds cycling contributes hugely to his mobility. He passionately promotes all-ability cycling in his home borough of Croydon.
Cathy Alexander, Administation officer
Joining us from London Metropolitan University, Cathy now oversees the smooth running of our office, keeping things in order and troubleshooting problems. She lives in Redbridge with her family, who love making local journeys by bike.
Grace Perrett, Cycling Projects Assistant
After working for a project in South Africa, part of the Thembalitsha Foundation, Grace volunteered at Amnesty International UK, working within the Individuals at Risk section. She rediscovered cycling after moving to London and loves the freedom it gives her. Supporting the Cycling Projects Team, Grace helps make sure more people discover the joys of London by bike.
Rosie Downes, Campaigns Manager
Rosie re-joined LCC in August 2014, having previously worked here in 2006. In between, she’s had roles at the Fawcett Society, CTC and Living Streets. Her priority is everyday cycling for everyone, but sometimes she likes to ride across a country or go on a 200 mile ride, just to see if she can.