The Big Book Giveaway

We've got dozens of cycling books to give away here at LCC HQ. Fancy some free books? All you need to do is come and pick them up from our offices near London Bridge.

Here's a list of what we have:

  • Bicycle Repair Manual
  • City Rider: How to Survive With Your Bike
  • Setting the Wheels in Motion: Towards A National Cycling Policy
  • Travelling Cleaner: Dutch and British Transport Policy Compared
  • Big Bang City: An Environmental Manifesto
  • Cycle Tours: 24 One-Day Routes x 6 (various counties available)
  • Ride Your Bike: Mountain Bike Routes x 3 (various counties available)
  • Cycling Without Traffic: Southeast
  • The Street: A Quintessential Social Public Space
  • At Your Service: A Look at Carrier Cycles
  • Bicycles First
  • The Dutch Bicycle Master Plan
  • Cities Make Room for Cyclists
  • Design Manual for a Cycle-friendly Infrastructure
  • Still More Bikes Behind the Dikes
  • Cycling in the City, Pedalling in the Polder
  • Calming Traffic in Residential Areas
  • Mad Dogs and Cyclists
  • Campaigners’ Guide to Road Proposals
  • The Bicycle Planning Book
  • The Rough Guide to Cycling in London
  • Civilised Streets: A Guide to Traffic Calming
  • The Complete Book of Bicycle Commuting
  • Waterlink way: Initial survey report
  • Encycleopedia: The International Buyers’ Guide to Alternatives in Cycling
  • Study of Disused Railways in England and Wales: Potential Cycle Routes
  • Abercrombie’s Plan for London - 50 Years On
  • Strategic Planning Issues for London
  • Velo City ‘89
  • Bicycle Planning: Policy and Practice
  • London: Pathways to the Future
  • Quality Streets
  • Making Cities Work
  • Journey to the Centre of the Earth
  • This Common Inheritance
  • The Accessible City Report
  • Traffic Calming Guidelines
  • The Green London Way
  • Cycle Repair
  • Bicycles and Public Transportation
  • The Bike Book
  • The Highway Code x 15
  • Cycling: Towards Health and Safety
  • Riding the Waves of Culture
  • Fair Play for All
  • Transport Realities and Planning Policy
  • Transport Reform: Changing the Rules

We also have various VHS tapes and old maps.

If you'd like to give any of our books a new home, please drop by the LCC offices (2 Newham's Row, London SE1 3UZ) between 9.30am-5.30pm Monday to Friday. We'll keep the books until Friday 28 October.