They're also running a petition Go Dutch which calls on the mayoral election candidates to commit to more people-friendly streets and continental-standard cycle facilities in the capital.
51% of Londoners said the next Mayor can take action to encourage them to cycle more, with 78% of those people naming safe and convenient bikes lanes all over London or safer junctions and roundabouts as their top priority.
See their principles here: www.lcc.org.uk/pages/key-principles.
Previous posts on cycling:
- Good to see cyclists campaigning against road planning
- My questions to Barclays Cycle Hire managers
- Cyclists living in fear
- Cyclists to be given the right to ride the wrong way
- Waterloo: more Boris Bikes but still no sign of life for the Eurostar old platforms
- TfL still has little ideas about cycling lanes...
- Cycle superhighways: an expensive joke?
- When are we going to see this in London?
- Reversing the burden of the proof would encourage cyclingss
- Kingston worst for bike thefts
- Some hope for London cyclists?
- Cycling in London: it's about time to do something!