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VOTE For T-Klamp

T-Klamp is now live on Richard Branson’s Pitch to Rich.

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Bicilet's new site makes bike rental simple

Provides cyclists with rental bicycles sourced from local independent stores

13 Apr 2016, more…

Introducing Poco from Juicy Bike

Ask and you shall receive: Introducing the Juicy Poco, our shiny new smaller step-through eBike.

12 Apr 2016, more…

E-bike share schemes roll out across UK

Similar schemes have already boosted cycling by 78%

31 Mar 2016, more…

Roads too dangerous for parents to cycle with their children, says survey

London Cycling Campaign call on Mayor to provide safe space for cycling

8 Mar 2016, more…

£500,000 funding for CTC's Big Bike Revival

Funding revealed at the Design Museum's Cycling Revolution Exhibition today

24 Feb 2016, more…

Torq Zone invest in future of budding bike technicians

Cytech SA gets behind local social development programme

8 Feb 2016, more…

Cytech Workshop at London Bike Show

The Workshop - in association with Cytech

13 Jan 2016, more…

T-KLAMP SURVEY

T-Klamp Conceptual Market Research Survey

10 Jan 2016, more…

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Do you want an extra £41m for cycling in London?

Posted on 20 Feb 2013

Next Monday the London Assembly votes on a motion calling on Mayor Boris Johnson to increase spending on cycling next year from £104 million to £145 million.

The London Cycling Campaign (LCC) is calling on London cyclists and members of the cycling industry to write to their Assembly Members to ensure they vote in favour of the increase.

This extra £41 million would make a vital difference to tackling dangerous junctions and creating the kind of safe and inviting streets that was called for in the LCC's Love London, Go Dutch campaign

However, there's no guarantee Assembly Members will vote for the increase, which is why the LCC is asking you to write to yours telling them why it's so important.

To help make writing to your Assembly Member easier, the LCC have created a letter writing tool here.

"We know many Assembly Members are undecided, so it's crucial you take a moment to write, urging them to vote for the £41 million," said LCC chief executive Ashok Sinha. "Thanks for taking action today - together we can make our city a better place."