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Discussion: Westminster's Space for Cycling Ride Highlights the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

LCC Westminster web site » LCC Westminster discussions index » Westminster Cycling Campaign organised a led ride on Sunday 04 May 2014 as part of the Space for Cycling campaign. The ride visited many of the 20 wards in which we hav...

Blog post: Join our 'space for cycling' ride on 2 September telling the Mayor we need dedicated space for cycling

Despite the four recent cycling deaths and thousands of people taking to London’s streets in protest, Mayor Boris Johnson has ignored the public’s clamour for safe space for cycling. That’s why we’re organising another &ls...

Blog post: Best Rides: Art Nouveau architecture and sculpture in London

Tom Bogdanowicz leads us on a tour of the capital's Art Nouveau architecture and sculpture in London, with the option for a couple of further extensions  Find a downloadable map hereWHAT WILL I SEE?Virtually all of the Art Nouveau archi...

Discussion: 1000km across Poland in 9 days - from the mountains to the coast - to support Polish hospices 13-21 July 2013

This unique ride crosses the whole country, taking in historic cities, rural villages and the beautiful Baltic coast.  Cycle 1000km in 9 days. 80 – 130km per day for nine days is a great challenge, but within reach for any amateur cy...

Blog post: LCC Local Groups ready for Bikeweek

This year's National Bikeweek (www.bikeweek.org.uk) starts this weekend. Take a look at our local groups pages and event page for a rich mix of rides and events. Bike breakfasts, short social rides, fast 100 milers, Dr. bikes, all free and fun. ...

Blog post: Ride to show MPs there are people-friendly solutions to problems of road danger

Please join us on Wednesday 22 February 2012 when concerned cyclists will ride past the Palace of Westminster asking MPs to make the success of continental-standard infrastructure a key part of their Commons debate on cycling the following day. ...

Blog post: Camden campaigners circumnavigate London with message that orbital routes must welcome cyclists

On Sunday 18 September 2011, Camden Cycling Campaign is organising a ride to highlight the lack of cycle-friendly facitlies on the north and south circulars. Organised by highly experienced ride leader James Brander, the ride invites cyclists all...

Discussion: catch up with the Bicycle - Family Cycling Morning

catch up with the Bicycle - Family Cycling Morning Croydon Arena 10.15 - 13.30 Sat 17 September Try family bikes with kids trailers, seats and tag-alongs and get FREE expert cycling advice. Bring your bike for a FREE health check. FREE 1.5 mil...

Discussion: Croydon Countryside and North Downs Bike Ride

Croydon Countryside and North Downs Bike Ride A gentle bike ride through rolling countryside and Croydon suburbs via Farleigh and Warlingham areas...some parts off road and some small slopes so a suitable bike is recommended.Ride will include a pu...

Blog post: Join us for a special summer bike ride suitable for all the family

We're inviting members, friends, and family to join us on Sunday 26 June 2011 for a leisurely social ride from central London along the path of the Thames to historic Greenwich. The free event is suitable for all ages and abilities, and will brin...

Blog post: London cyclist to conquer Alps in memory of Dalston lorry victim Dan Cox

Himself recovering from a serious hit and run 18 months ago, London cyclist Daniel Barnes is riding the Etape du Tour on 11 July in memory of his close friend Dan Cox, killed by a left-turning lorry at Dalston Junction in February 2011. We're fla...