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Where are we going? What’s the future of London Cycling?

Where are we going? What's the future for London cycling? Our panel of experts discussed London's cycling demands for the next Mayoral term on Tuesday 26th March.

On 15th February we discovered London's Mayor Sadiq Khan underspent London's cycling budget by £142m

We curated a panel of experts to discuss this and more:  

* What needs to be built?
* How do we get more people on bikes?
* How can roads be made safer?
* What else can the next Mayor do?

~ The Panel ~  
Simon Munk - London Cycling Campaign's Infrastructure Campaigner
Caroline RussellLondon Assembly Member, Councillor for Highbury East Ward, Islington
Tiffany Lam - Cycling activist, author of Mind the Cycling Gender Gap

Laura Laker was unable to attend, so we were joined by Sustainable Transport Specialist Alix Stredwick and Urban infrastructure research Nicole Badstuber


WATCH the panel back via our facebook live video above, streamed with the help from WE DO IT LIVE.

 

LISTEN to an audio recording via the Wheel Suckers Podcast on 
itunes https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/live-panel-where-are-we-going-whats-future-for-london/id1223765234?i=1000433684725 or
soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/wheelsuckerspodcast/live-panel-where-are-we-going-whats-the-future-for-london-cycling


Big big thank you to everyone that joined us and asked questions on the night. The panel were amazing and we thought everything discussed was really interesting. We're hoping the future for London's cycling is bright....

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PMT Open Mic Night - February

On the first Wednesday of every month you can showcase your talent at our Open Mic Nights, in association with our friendly neighbourhood music shop PMT London. Sign up to play 3 songs at 7pm! 

6Feb
18:00 › 22:00
49 Old Street
London
EC1V 9HX

Screening: Steel is Real, but Carbon is Quicker

Join us for a pay-by-donation screening of Steel is Real, but Carbon is Quicker and Q&A with the director Dominic Wade from 6:30pm at 49 Old St. EC1V 9HX on Tuesday 18th February. 

18Feb
18:30 › 21:30
49 Old Street
London
EC1V 9HX
£12.50

Basic Maintenance Course - February

Course master Digger will teach you the fundamentals of bicycle repair on our Basic Maintenance Course held monthly at 49 Old Street from 10am - 4pm. 

22Feb
10:00 › 16:00
49 Old Street
London
EC1V 9HX

Do Better Together 2020

Ayesha McGowan aka A Quick Brown Fox is encouraging all of you to get cycling no matter where you are, who you are, what you ride, or how you ride. Sign up the virtual ride series to exchange your rides for prizes! It's the 2020 edition of the Do Better Together campaign.

£65.00