Everything tagged with London Cycling

Event: Spoke: Cycling Illustrated

Spoke is a free design and illustration fair that celebrates all things cycling at the Bussey Building, Peckham, 28th June. FREE ENTRY   Illustrators, graphic designers, fashion designers & emerging artists will be showcasing cycle them...

Blog post: Exclusive London Cycling Campaign KeepCup for every new member – Join Today

We are excited to reveal our very own medium-sized KeepCup (worth £13.50*), available FREE to every new member** for a limited time only. The exclusive branded KeepCup comes in a variety of colours and is sustainably made. Use your r...

Blog post: Registration Opens for Brompton’s Urban Challenge 2014

Brompton are back with their Urban Challenge, which will take place this year on Sunday 18th May following its successful debut in London in 2013. The fantastic news of its return is also coupled with the other brilliant announcement that Lon...

Blog post: The Tweed Run choose London Cycling Campaign as designated charity for 2014

London Cycling Campaign is delighted to announce that the Tweed Run has selected the organisation to be its designated charity for the event on Saturday 17th May, 2014. Following the incredible success of its fifth birthday ride in 2013, where ...

Blog post: Meet LCC's London Cycling Mechanics

LCC’s London Cycling Mechanics are a skilled and experienced team who help thousands of Londoners keep their bikes safe and roadworthy, but there’s more to this lot then first meets the eye; they’re cycling professionals at hea...

Blog post: Why I became a member of LCC

We’re giving our members the opportunity to tell the world why they joined LCC. First up is new member, Sally Hearn, from Peckham. If you’d like to share your story about joining LCC too, please email info@lcc.org.uk with ‘W...

Blog post: Cycling protestors organise 'die-in' outside Transport for London office in Southwark on Friday 29 November

A group of cyclists calling for changes to the conditions for cycling in Greater London have organised a "die-in" outside Transport for London's Palestra office in Southwark at 5pm on Friday 29 November 2013. 5pm-6.30pmTransport for London197 B...

Blog post: Cycling protestors organise 'die-in' outside Transport for London office in Southwark on Friday 29 November

A group of cyclists calling for changes to the conditions for cycling in Greater London have organised a "die-in" outside Transport for London's Palestra office in Southwark at 5pm on Friday 29 November 2013. 5pm-6.30pmTransport for London197 B...

Blog post: Juliet Elliott's 'My first'...two day sportive

London Cycling Campaign PR Manager and journalist, Juliet Elliott tackles her first mass participation event, the London Revolution. Read about her training and preparation from this previous article.  Joining the Revolution: riders...

Blog post: Ashok Sinha explains why London cyclists should be keeping an eye on George Osborne later this month

As well as welcoming readers to the new London Cyclist Monthly e-newsletter, LCC chief executive Ashok Sinha also explains why it's now more important than ever to keep cycling at the top of the political agenda. 

Question: what have 40,000 Lond...

Blog post: Interview: Christian Wolmar, transport journalist and prospective mayoral candidate for London

Not long ago, we discussed the Conservative Mayor of London's Vision for Cycling with his newly appointed Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan. Now, we speak to Christian Wolmar, former LCC trustee and respected transport journalist, who's also a ...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign PR Manager and journalist, Juliet Elliott tells us about her 180 mile challenge.

Despite the best of intentions, London Cycling Campaign PR Manager and Editor of Coven Magazine, Juliet Elliott struggles to find time for training. Has she left it too late to prepare for London Revolution?I’ve never been one to shy away ...