Lambeth Cyclists are the Lambeth branch of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC).
We have three principal aims:
• to encourage people to cycle
• to improve conditions for cyclists
• to raise the profile of cycling.
Encouraging people to cycle
We run various rides and events throughout the year, especially during national Bike Week (mid June).These are social rides to places of interest but also serve to demonstrate alternative routes for cyclists.
Improving conditions for cyclists
Lambeth Cyclists work principally with the transport department at Lambeth Council and Transport for London to improve conditions for cyclists in the borough.This involves quarterly meetings with the cycling officer to comment on cycling schemes and general highways policy.
Raising the profile of cycling
Lambeth Cyclists attend various events such as the Lambeth Country Show in July or Car Free Day in September, providing information and talking to people about cycling.
As well as liaising with local media to publicise issues and events, we also work with other levels of government such as the London Authority and the London Mayor in concert with the London Cycling Campaign office.
Lambeth Cyclists meetings
We hold regular meetings on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in the Priory Arms pub in Stockwell - see the meetings page for details
Lambeth Cyclists is one of the bigger borough groups that make up the London Cycling Campaign.
London Cycling Campaign website
See also our Facebook and Twitter pages
London Cycling Campaign, 2 Newhams Row, London, SE1 3UZ
Registered Charity No: 1115789. www.lcc.org.uk