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Hoo are ya? (an LCC cycle ride on Saturday 28 July 2012)

It’s about time that I began cross-posting to this blog announcements of cycle rides that I plan to lead for the London Cycling Campaign, and reports following the rides. So here goes… Where: Greenwich to the Hoo Peninsula, and back When: Saturday 28 July 2012 Meet: 08:00 @ Gipsy Moth pub by Cutty Sark Gardens, […]

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Mithrasmas Mass 2013 – a Christmas Day cycle ride in London

What: Mithrasmas Mass 2013 When: Wednesday 25 December 2013 Meet: 10:00 @ Cutty Sark Gardens, London SE10 9LW Esteemed Velopedists of Greater Londinium, The festive season approacheth, and the Southeast London Commissariat for Social Cycle Rides Planning (aka the Dog & Bell Crew) invites you to join many, various and adventurous local cyclists for a […]

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Mapping London’s cycling revolution

Personal injury solicitors Bolt Burdon Kemp have collated data from the 2011 UK census, Transport for London and Bike Share, and produced a fascinating density map of cycle commuting in the capital. The map shows that, in some areas, rush-hour cycling is as high as 20% of all vehicle use, and the data reveal that […]

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Cycle ride – Tilbury & Gravesend, the industrial Thames

Where: Tilbury & Gravesend, the industrial Thames When: Saturday 12 October 2013 Meet: 10:00 @ Cutty Sark Gardens, London SE10 9LW (by the foot tunnel entrance) Brought to you by LCC’s South East London Commissariat for Social Cycle Rides Planning (aka the Dog & Bell Crew), an early autumn exploration of the industrial Thames from Greenwich to […]

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London Cycling Campaign leadership election 2013

Voting for the election of five members of the London Cycling Campaign board of trustees opens today, closing with the Annual General Meeting on Saturday 19 October. There are in total 10 members of the board, with five elected annually, each serving for a two-year term. I am standing for election to the LCC board […]

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A “poignant” tribute to a dead cyclist

Tuesday’s London Cycling Campaign-organised protest ride in Holborn features today in the London Evening Standard. And we now have a name for the cyclist killed on Monday morning. He was Alan Neve, 54, who worked in music publishing. Since the Evening Standard story went up this morning, references to “hundreds” of cyclists have been changed […]

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Holborn cyclist death brings call for mass protest

Following the death in Holborn, central London this morning of a cycling commuter, the London Cycling Campaign has called for a protest ride tomorrow evening, Tuesday 16 July 2013. This will be the second mass protest in as many weeks. The first followed the death of French student Philippine de Gerin-Ricard on a Boris Bike […]

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Cycle ride report: Velonotte Albertina

“Quand on partait de bon matin Quand on partait sur les chemins À bicyclette Nous étions quelques bons copains…” [from À bicyclette by Yves Montand, 1968] For me and other southeast London cycling commissars NotBikeWeek 2013™ ended with the Velonotte Albertina architectural ride on Saturday night through Sunday morning. Velonotte is an international project founded […]

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Midsummer Madness – London cyclists to greet the solstice dawn

With Britain’s cold, wet spring now a fading memory, we can all look forward to midsummer. Friday 21 June 2013 is the longest day of the year, and since time immemorial people of all faiths and none have marked the occasion of the summer solstice by rising to greet the dawn. London cyclists do this […]

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