Everything tagged with british cycling

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign supports Action on Lorry Danger vigil outside City Hall

The London Cycling Campaign has joined with RoadPeace, Living Streets, CTC and British Cycling in supporting a vigil to remember cyclists and pedestrians killed by lorries on our streets. Bereaved families, campaigners and the concerned gathere...

Discussion: British Cycling are lobbying Government

(Found on CTC site 13/1/13)   Just to let everyone know Bristish Cycling have a E-petition with the government e-petition Road Safety - Driving Test and Highway Code Responsible department: Department for Transport Whilst the driving t...

Blog post: British Cycling repeats call for wholesale review of justice system to properly protect cyclists

British Cycling has reiterated its demand (first made in the spring) for a review of the British justice system, calling for much greater protection for the most vulnerable people on our roads such as walkers and cyclists. The London Cycling Ca...

Blog post: Mayor puts Go Dutch on TfL agenda, so don't miss your chance to say where it should be implemented

Mayor Boris Johnson has written to LCC (see below) confirming he's told Transport for London to review our Love London, Go Dutch campaign to work out how its principles can be incorporated into the design of new cycling schemes in the capital. ...

Blog post: On anniversary of cyclist fatality, British Cycling calls for tougher action on drivers who kill

British Cycling has added its voice to campaigners who are demanding action to provide greater justice for cyclists and other road users who are hurt or seriously injured by bad driving. Thye campaign comes exactly a year after the death of Bri...

Blog post: London Cycling Campaign and British Cycling remind Mayor of commitments to Go Dutch

The London Cycling Campaign and British Cycling have written a joint letter to re-elected Mayor Boris Johnson reminding him of his pre-election commitments to cycling, and to offer support in meeting those pledges.  Read the text of the le...

Blog post: Herne Hill cycle track in south London re-opens with state-of-the-art surface

Herne Hill Velodrome in South London re-opened this week with a new £500,000 state-of-the-art surface paid for by British Cycling, the body that oversees the UK sports cycling. The buildings and track had fallen into disrepair in recent y...

Blog post: Report from London School of Economics says cycling boosts UK economy by £3 billion per year

A new report from the London School of Economics says even the UK's current low levels of cycling generate nearly £3 billion for our economy. As well as providing 23,000 jobs in the cycling industry, the report lists other major benefits fr...