Our team bring a wide range of experience and expertise, from borough streets campaigning to Europe-wide policy change. We have a small central team of 21 people, around half of whom work part-time. We help activists and LCC members with campaigning advice, tools and resources and also work with organisations supporting people to cycle, from multinational employers to community networks.
We work alongside a huge network of volunteer supporters and campaigners across the city – find out more.
You’ll see us out and about at events, campaigning on-street or in the media, and you can also visit our office.
If you think we can help you or work together, please do get in touch.
Chief Executive Officer
Before joining London Cycling Campaign as the Chief Executive Officer, Tom was Campaigns and Policy Director & Deputy CEO at CPRE, the countryside charity, and has over 20 years’ experience providing campaign leadership and influencing policy makers for charities including ActionAid UK and Amnesty.
Tom has been an LCC member for over 10 years and has been cycling in London for 25 years, so has some understanding of the daily challenges cyclists face. As CEO, Tom works with staff, trustees, members, and patrons to maximise our impact as we continue to push for zero-carbon roads, safer junctions and the removal of the barriers that people in London face to cycling. He is passionate about ensuring as many people as possible – regardless of age, income, background, experience or ability – feel riding a bike in London is a choice available to them.
Business Development Manager, London Cyclist magazine (freelance)
Allie manages our print revenue stream for our quarterly magazine London Cyclist and our digital offerings. She values matching clients with their customers and helping them with ways to communicate their messages. LCC has benefitted from this with a stronger network and a better read for our members.
Cathy brings together everything practical for the LCC team, from ensuring our IT systems are up-to-date to storage of our extensive events kit. For nearly 10 years she has supported LCC across HR and recruitment, DBS checks, office equipment, risk assessments, and utility payments, contracts, and more.
Central London Co-ordinator
Clare’s work focuses on the key central London boroughs of Westminster and the Royal Borough Kensington and Chelsea. She helps local residents find their voice, build coalitions & call on political leaders for healthy streets, with less motor traffic and safe walking & cycling.
Clare’s life as a campaigner began by organising a play street in her home borough of Enfield in 2011. She is passionate about streets that work well for everyone, particularly women and children.
Dave leads the financial side of LCC, covering income/expenditure and reporting across the whole organisation.
Working closely with the charity’s elected trustees, Dave ensures LCC’s finances are monitored and reported in a timely way. His work spans financial support of borough groups, expenses, salaries, campaigning costs, annual reports, and more.
Having cycled in London since the 1980s, Dave finds real joy in watching the number of people cycling in London continue to rise.
Senior Campaigns Officer
Jakub’s expertise helps shape and direct all our campaigning work, from dangerous junctions and climate safe streets to community organising and local politics. He has been involved in producing major reports and regularly liaises with Transport for London and elected local council members across the city. His focus is making cities and communities better places through sustainable transport.
A former transport engineer and bike mechanic, Jakub has previously worked with communities from Greece to The Gambia to enable people to improve their lives through safe, green transport options.
Jessica supports the whole of our campaigning network, from database updates to photography, from event organisation to our weekly campaigning newsletter.
Jessica moved to London from South Africa and found cycling transformed the way she sees the city. When not at LCC, she can be found piloting a cycle for Bikeworks’ free cycle taxi scheme.
Jim’s organises all LCC’s financial administration, from payment runs to accounts. His bookkeeping skills have supported LCC for over 10 years and are essential to the smooth running of the organisation.
When not with London Cycling Campaign, Jim is a passionate promoter of all-ability cycling in his home borough of Croydon with the charity Wheels for Wellbeing. Jim himself has an artificial right leg from the hip down and has previously cycled from Lands End to John O’ Groats.
Editor, London Cyclist magazine (freelance)
John oversees the production of our quarterly magazine, London Cyclist. This showpiece publication is delivered exclusively to all LCC members four times a year, and includes in-depth product reviews, opinion pieces, routes and rides, advice, features and more.
John has worked for LCC since 2008 and has over 30 years’ experience in magazine publishing, including over a decade as Editor of Mountain Bike Rider, one of the world’s best cycling magazines.
Katy supports our London Cycling Campaign local groups of volunteers campaigning to make their neighbourhoods safe and enjoyable places to cycle. She brings together our fantastic network of hundreds of volunteers through co-ordinating training, setting up sessions to share expertise, and providing tactics and support to helpi local groups take their campaigns forward.
Previously Katy worked at national charity Wheels for Wellbeing supporting disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of cycling.
Lucy leads the LCC’s Patrons Network, bringing together highly passionate supporters to change the future of cycling in London. This includes organising and hosting major events for supporters such as at the Houses of Parliament while also enabling LCC to access funds through local grants and community partnerships.
Lucy brings deep experience in both the transport and not-for-profit sector and has worked with LCC for over 15 years.
Digital Communications Officer
Melanie runs the digital side of London Cycling Campaign, from website editing to social media. LCC’s active social media channels are Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube. She also works closely with the membership team to promote the benefits of joining LCC and writes for the LCC magazine.
She is also experienced in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion work, in particular exposing bias within grant funding schemes and collaborating with a wide network of partners to push for change.
Coming from a medical and global health background with previous experience at national medical policy bodies and the World Health Organization, she considers the bicycle a critical tool to improve global and planetary health and tackle the climate emergency.
Community Cycling Officer
Mike delivers social prescribing projects that use cycling to improve health. Currently this includes a partnership with patients recovering from cardiac surgery at Barts Health NHS Trust and with Hackney Council to enable neurodiverse children to access the social and physical benefits of riding bikes.
Beyond London Cycling Campaign, Mike is also an expert cycling instructor building skills and confidence with both adults and children.
Senior Membership and CRM Officer
Mike is our Senior Membership & CRM Officer and manages our membership recruitment, retention, and engagement programmes, ensuring we deliver excellent customer service to our members.
He is a keen cyclist, going on cycling holidays and sportive events and can often be found at the weekend struggling to take his road bike up the Surrey Hills!
Mike has previously worked for the Intensive Care Society and Homeless Link.
Richard ensures that LCC members receive a seamless service, from managing membership renewals to posting out membership cards. His expert knowledge of our membership database means we can offer LCC members all the benefits of being part of a collective, alongside a friendly and personal service.
Richard has previously worked in bike shops in New York City.
Head of Marketing & Membership
Rob ensures that the LCC can support its campaigning work through our strong, engaged, membership base.
Our 12,000+ members are the foundation of all London Cycling Campaign’s work. Rob’s work ensures we offer people good value for money in our membership and showcase the impact of their support through our campaigning successes.
With extensive previous experience at leading global design and advertising agency D&AD, Rob leads on membership and fundraising events, marketing, sponsorship, brand, website and more. At LCC he has overseen a transformation of our digital offer across website and social media, numerous major campaigning launches, and significant branding and design updates.
Beyond work Rob can be found out walking his dog Edie.
Head of Campaigns
A passionate campaigner for cycling and active travel across London, Simon was the key figure behind Waltham Forest £27 million “mini-Holland” programme which has transformed walking and cycling rates, transport behaviour and child life expectancy among residents.
He is now taking this expertise and experience city-wide with London Cycling Campaign. Leading our campaigns team, Simon liaises with Transport for London and local council officials , providing guidance on what works for cycling and what doesn’t, and advising others on how to effectively advocate for change. His focuses are: environment, active travel, motor vehicle use, urban planning, and local-level community organisation.
Behaviour Change and Diversity & Inclusion Manager
Stewart co-leads fundraising at London Cycling Campaign and is responsible for planning and oversight across our projects. His work spans from major corporate partners to individual project grants, and managing the delivery of these in partnership with local communities.
Stewart is also LCC’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion lead, both within the structures of LCC and with community partners.
He has also led extensive behaviour change projects with LCC including providing access to bike mechanics and cycle training, and has previously worked for both Department for Transport and the Elizabeth Line rail infrastructure project.
Toby is responsible for expanding our membership and supporter base and improving their experience. He liaises with partners to ensure LCC members have access to the best support and brand offers, as well as working across LCC communications. Toby also organises major fundraising events for LCC, such as RideLondon and Urban Hill Climb and the multi-day London to Amsterdam ride.
Toby has a wealth of experience bringing people together to support cycling having worked in the industry for a decade. As well as riding to get from A to B, Toby can be found riding his road bike on the weekends.
Senior Policy Officer
Tom is London Cycling Campaign’s lead on road danger reduction. He is an expert in HGV safety and lorry design, and has helped progress both national and international design standards for improved lorry driver vision from inside the cab. He also works on promoting safer urban driving techniques to reduce danger to both cyclists and walkers. Other areas of expertise include cycling parking standards, multimodal transport, cycling history, London cycle makers, and leisure route design.
Before switching to cycling activism, Tom was a journalist reporting on business and transport and is also the author of London’s best leisure cycling guide.
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