Everything tagged with 2016

Blog post: AGM 2016 report

Our annual conference started with a look at the state of play for the charity right now and where we intend to go in the next year. Finances – Ashok Sinha, our CEO, laid out the rather grim circumstances charities are currently operating...

Blog post: Cycling success in Rio!

Even though LCC concentrates on making our streets safer, so that more people can experience the joy of cycling from A to B, or around town at the weekend, rather than as a competitive sport; we still can’t avoid the fact that we love cycl...

Blog post: Your chance to influence LCC's work!

There's just over a week left to nominate yourself to join our Board of Trustees! The deadline for nominations is 9am on the 15th August.  Do you want to help improve cycling in London? Then join our enthusiastic, friendly Board of Trustee...

Blog post: LCC Board of Trustees needs you! Ann Kenrick on why all LCC members should consider putting themselves forward

Ann Kenrick (@annkenrick) has been Chair of the LCC Board since 2012. As we approach the time of year when we call for nominations for new members to our Board of Trustees, Ann tells us about the highs and lows and why it's important every LCC mem...

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: George Galloway becomes sixth candidate to back Sign for Cycling campaign

George Galloway, the Respect Party’s candidate for Mayor of London today became the sixth Mayoral candidate to give his commitment to the three-point agenda of LCC’s Sign for Cycling Campaign. In a statement given to LCC today, Gall...

Blog post: GOOD NEWS! Zac Goldsmith backs Sign for Cycling

In a statement provided exclusively to the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) today, Conservative candidate for Mayor of London Zac Goldsmith joined his fellow front-runner Sadiq Khan in backing LCC’s Sign for Cycling campaign. Responding to t...

Blog post: Where are the men? All female Mayoral candidates Sign for Cycling

Sophie Walker, Women’s Equality Party, has today become the third candidate to Sign for Cycling. She joins Sian Berry, Green Party and Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat Party. With all three female Mayoral candidates agreeing to support s...

Blog post: Sian Berry becomes second candidate to support Sign for Cycling

  Sian Berry, Green Party, is the second London Mayoral candidate to come out in support of the London Cycling Campaign’s call to make cycling safe and enjoyable for everyone in London. London Cycling Campaign (LCC) welcomes the commi...

Blog post: First Mayoral candidate to #signforcycling is Caroline Pidgeon

Liberal Democrat, Caroline Pidgeon is the first London Mayoral candidate to come out in support of the London Cycling Campaign’s call to make cycling safe and enjoyable for everyone in London. London Cycling Campaign (LCC) welcomes the co...

Blog post: LCC calls on the next Mayor to Imagine a Better London for Cycling

  Today we launch our Sign for Cycling campaign, calling on London’s next Mayor to commit to make cycling safe and enjoyable for everyone, of all ages and abilities. This comes as our recent survey revealed that parents think London&rs...

Blog post: 2016: A big year for cycling!

  In just five months, London elects its new Mayor. And whoever ends up with the job of running London, it’s clearly vital they have cycling firmly on their agenda for the next four years. That means we all have some work to do! Curre...