Everything tagged with cycling

Blog post: Mayor calls on EU to accelerate safer lorries regulations

Mayor calls on EU to accelerate safer lorries regulations In a letter to EU Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska, London’s Mayor, Sadiq Khan, says the EU should set earlier start dates for regulations that will require manufacturers to build lo...

Blog post: Freecycle Volunteers 2018

 Ride marshal volunteers wanted for Freecycle Feeder rides The Prudential RideLondon Freecycle is on Saturday 28th July and London Cycling Campaign are running a ride from every London borough into the event, and back home again. These rid...

Blog post: The top five tips for cycling in the snow that you should remember this week

The UK is set for a cold and snowy week and many cyclists will be considering downing tools as a result. But all is not lost. Hövding, experts in all things cycling and based in Sweden, therefore well versed in all things snow-related, has ...

Blog post: 200th Anniversary of the Bicycle Festival

Blog post: LCC Project Shortlisted for Excellence in travel information and Marketing Awards 2017

A project conceived by London Cycling Campaign, funded by WestTrans has been shortlisted for the Transport Times ‘Excellence in travel information and marketing awards 2017. This category covers all areas of transport marketing including i...

Blog post: Consultation on HGV permits and direct vision lorries

Mayor, Sadiq Khan, is committed to ‘Vision Zero’: an elimination of all fatal and serious road collisions by 2041. Part of meeting that commitment is a programme to exclude the most dangerous vehicles, those with the worst ‘bli...

Blog post: Will Norman speaks out on 9 Elms

We will ensure that the final designs for Nine Elms Lane and Battersea Park Road offer a safe, high quality cycle route that can be used by all Londoners to travel between Battersea and Vauxhall." Following on from our blog attacking the re...

Blog post: BIKE TEST (longtermer): Kinesis 4S Disc

My annual cycling habits are pretty consistent and I clock up about 8,000 road miles every 12 months. The majority are consumed on the 26-mile daily commute to LCC head office from west London, then there’s the racing (mainly criterions...

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...