Everything tagged with london cycling awards

Blog post: Cycling in the Capital Celebrated at the London Cycling Awards

On Wednesday 16th July 2014 the fantastic rise in the popularity of cycling was celebrated by the London Cycling Awards. Now in its second year, the event organised by the London Cycling Campaign saw movers and shakers from all ar...

Blog post: Project Award Finalists Announced

With less than a week to go until the annual London Cycling Awards, we are pleased to reveal the finalists in the Project Award categories. Following submissions from all over London, the shortlist was selected by a panel of cycling experts with...

Blog post: London Cycling Awards: Project Award Finalists

London Cycling Awards: Project Award Finalists SEE THE FULL LIST OF WINNERS HERE Following submissions from all over London, the finalists in the Project Award categories were then selected by a panel of cycling experts. The contenders for...

Blog post: London Cycling Awards: Consumer Award Finalists

London Cycling Awards: Consumer Award Finalists SEE THE FULL LIST OF WINNERS HERE London Cycling Campaign members took the handlebars for nominations in the Consumer Awards, with the finalists then put to the public vote. The contenders f...

Blog post: BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine to host London Cycling Awards 2014

We are pleased to announce that the host for this year’s London Cycling Awards is BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine. The award-winning journalist who was named Speech Broadcaster of the Year by the Radio Academy in 2011 and 2005 has be...

Blog post: City of London shows boroughs the benefits of returning minor one-way streets to two-way cycling

View Larger Map The City of London is making another 30 minor one-way streets two-way for cycling, having already successfully implemented two-way cycling already on around 50 streets in the Square Mile in the last few years. We presented the Ci...

Blog post: Eight more streets in the City of London are being returned to two-way for cycling

View Larger Map The City of London is planning to make eight more streets that are currently one-way into two-way for cycling. In October 2012, the City consulted on proposals to return 33 more one-way streets in the City two-way for cycling. A...

Blog post: Safer Lorries, two-way streets and Sir Bradley Wiggins honoured in new-look London Cycling Awards

ITV's face of the Tour de France Ned Boulting (above-right, or in this animated GIF via road.cc) presented last night's London Cycling Awards. Transport for London's Safer Lorries procurement programme - only using the best-trained dr...

Blog post: Voting opens for London Cycling Awards 2013

Over 2500 nominations have been made in just two weeks and have now been narrowed down to a shortlist of three in each category (see the full list below). Vote for your winners today The shortlist includes Olympian and Tour de France winner Br...

Blog post: Award-winning towpath link below Bow Roundabout shames Cycle Superhighway above

In sharp contrast to the condemnation of the lethal road layout at Bow roundabout, the £2.3 million suspended towpath just installed below it has received the highest accolade from the capital’s cycling community, a London Cycling Aw...

Blog post: Wheels for Wellbeing and suspended towpath triumph in the London Cycling Awards

South London all-ability charity Wheels for Wellbeing has won the coveted Community Cycling Project of the Year category of the London Cycling Awards in recognition of its work enabling more than 5000 people with disabilities to enjoy cycling in...

Blog post: Nominations are now open for the London Cycling Awards 2011

Now is your chance to nominate your favourite cycling project or event for a London Cycling Awards 2011. This year, there's a new category of Local Campaigner of the Year and there will be a public vote in the Events category. The Awards, run ...