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Blog post: Space for Cycling - 2014 Local Election Campaign Policy

London Cycling Campaign trustee and sustainable transport academic Dr Rachel Aldred explains what policies underpin our 2014 Local Election Campaign.22 May 2014 is the next time that the whole of Greater London re-elects its local councillors, w...

Blog post: The power of bikes and one way to get more children cycling to your primary school

Combining bikes, art and computer drawing. Sarah Hammond tells us the story behind ArtSpokes and how it all started with working with the  London Cycling Campaign following a Community Cycling Fund for London grant to get more chi...

Blog post: Encourage cycling say health experts because inactivity is as “dangerous as smoking”

National and local governments should encourage improved public health by making walking and cycling more attractive to everyone, as has been done on the Continent, according a new report by the National Institute for Health Clinical Excellence ...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign members say Going Dutch will lead our 2012 mayoral election

(photo Amsterdamize) Our members have voted for 'Going Dutch' to be our main campaign theme in the run-up to the 2012 Mayoral Election. We asked members to vote from four activist-chosen campaigns: Going Dutch: cycling space on main roads ...

Discussion: 2012 Priority Campaign: Start Right - Cycling to school

What do you think about making this the priority campaign for cyclists in the 2012 London elections:Start Right - Cycling to school100,000 more pupils cycling to school in Greater London by the end of the next mayoraltydetails here:   ht...

Blog post: LCC supports parents' right to allow children to cycle to school

Two parents condemned by their children's headteacher for allowing their offspring to cycle one mile to school have received widespread support from fellow cyclists, including LCC and the mayor. The children, aged 5 and 8, cycle to Alleyn's Schoo...