Everything tagged with cycling

Discussion: How Big Riders Can Start With Cycling

Cycling is becoming not just a popular sport but as a form of exercise and recreational activity. What's great with cycling is that you can do it at your own pace and doesn't put too much strain on the ankles and knees unlike weight training and r...

Blog post: London Cycling Awards 2016

The London Cycling Awards are back! Who are our 2016 finalists? So they’re here again! And what a year it’s been for cycling too. It couldn’t be a more exciting time to host the London Cycling Awards at London’s coolest bi...

Blog post: What do parents think about cycling with children in London?

Before the launch of our Sign for Cycling campaign, we asked LCC members to fill in a survey. We were looking for your views on what would make things better for cycling in London. And we got them. Main roads and junctions The survey confirmed...

Blog post: Caroline Pidgeon, Lib-Dem Mayoral Candidate, promises boost to cycling budget

Caroline Pidgeon, the Mayoral candidate for the Liberal Democrats, has published her manifesto following an earlier commitment to meet all three of LCC’s Sign for Cycling pledges.  In her manifesto Pidgeon declares that she will...

Blog post: Cycling Towards a Better Enfield: Heath Business & Transport

On Friday 8th April, LCC hosted a Conference and Cycling Fair, in partnership with Enfield Council, the Dutch Embassy and Royal HaskoningDHV The conference explored the benefits of investment in cycling, for economy, health and travel.  Y...

Blog post: Zac Goldsmith outlines support for cycling in manifesto. Is it enough?

Zac Goldsmith, Conservative  mayoral candidate has outlined his support for cycling in his Transport Manifesto, where he says:  "Boris Johnson has committed almost £1 billion to double the number of cyclists again by 2026. ...

Blog post: Nowhere to park? LCC + TfL are tackling a cycling issue with the people who know best – you!

Cycle parking made the London news this week with Transport for London’s announcement of new cycling hubs, a superhub of 5000 spaces at Waterloo and two smaller hubs at stations in Hounslow and Greenwich.  Whilst these hubs are welcome ...

Blog post: Sadiq Khan outlines support for cycling in manifesto - but is it enough?

Sadiq Khan cycling with Chris Boardman and our campaigner, Simon Munk in February 2016. Image Copyright The Standard  Sadiq Khan, Labour mayoral candidate has outlined his support for cycling in his manifesto, where he says one of his prio...

Blog post: Our Urban Cycle Loan scheme changes lives

If you think cycling is just for the young and the brave zipping around in Lycra, think again! Michael Verby is 62 and has been living in Enfield for over 30 years. Alix Stredwick went to meet him to find out more about his experiences o...

Blog post: RideLondon-Surrey 100 2016 - JOIN TEAM LCC!

It's the perfect chance to get fit, take on an amazing challenge and raise funds for LCC! What: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - The Mall, Central London (via Surrey) When: Sunday 31 July JOIN TEAM LCC TODA...

Blog post: Tour de Yorkshire 2016

Get your guaranteed place in the Maserati Tour de Yorkshire – join Team LCC! What: 115km sportive Where: Yorkshire countryside When: Sunday 1 May 2016 Sign up here! The Maserati Tour de Yorkshire is your chance to take on the same spo...

Blog post: Meet the Cycling Services team!

Who: Cycling Services Team What: Workshops, mechanics, pop-up cycle cafes and safety talks for landowners, corporates, unis & colleges, local government and community groups Contact: cyclingprojects@lcc.org.uk or call our...

Blog post: RideLondon-Surrey 100 2016 - take part!

Aiming to get fitter in 2016? Fancy training to ride 100 miles? What: Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - The Mall, Central London (via Surrey) When: Sunday 31 July. It’s your last chance to enter the ball...

Blog post: The Cycle Revolution is here!

Cycle Revolution 18 November 2015 – 30 June 2016 Design Museum, Shad Thames, London, SE1 2YD Find out more about the exhibition hereFor every cycling enthusiast with a love of good design, the Design Museum’s Cycle Revolution exh...

Blog post: Space for Cycling win goes in at Tavistock Place

In the run-up to the May 2014 local council elections, Camden Cyclists (the local branch of the London Cycling Campaign) asked ward councillors to deal with the overcrowded segregated track at Torrington Place in the west end. Camden Council is ...