Strip off and get on your bike.
300 cyclists rode across Blackfriars Bridge during rush hour to protest about cycling safety.
TfL has announced by email to the 560 respondents that the ‘engagement’ on the Blackfriars Bridge design has concluded that new plans are needed.
As that lot leave the Abbey, get on your bike for treasure hunt charity fun.
The TfL ‘engagement’ exercise on the Blackfriars bike lane closes this afternoon. One email from you can stop it being removed.
The founder of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain, Jim Davis, spoke last night at the second Streettalk.
Better than Christmas: Old Street roundabout becomes ‘an Edwardian Beijing’.
“Spring’s here, the sun’s out… and a chap’s thoughts are turning to getting on his bike.”
The Southwark track regularly used by hundreds of people, including elite cyclists, keen amateurs, schools, Cyclo-Cross and local families will remain open to encourage the Harrises and Wigginses of the future.
Fancy a spin with 30,000 others round the north and south circular roads?
City of London ponders a reduced speed limit…