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http://cyclelondoncity.blogspot.co.uk/
Year founded: 2010

Twitter profile Twitter: @citycyclists
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Location: London
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Recent posts

Why is no one on the Mayor's team banging heads together? London hospital claims Westminster Bridge bike lane will be 'dangerous' for cyclists & pedestrians. Spends £10,000 NHS cash on a media campaign. Admits it has zero evidence for its claim - 25 September 2016
Bring back Boris? Sadiq suggests we should have narrower cycle tracks and promises to 'make sure cars flow smoother'. That policy failed 8 years ago & was conclusively rejected by Boris - 6 April 2016
Zac Goldsmith finally commits: "I will build more segregated cycle lanes" but then says only if the community fully supports it - I'm worried that he's failing to say what he really thinks and that by trying to be nice to everyone he will end up setting communities against each other. - 2 April 2016
Zac Goldsmith published his cycling manifesto today. Cycling should be a vote winner for him but he's really failing to impress so far. - 29 March 2016
London Elections: I didn't expect to be thinking of voting for Sadiq. I'm still not sure if I will. But, unless Zac Goldsmith changes his tune on cycling (and on buses, to be honest), he's completely lost my attention. - 3 March 2016
Bike backlash in London: I'm with Green Jenny Jones - We cyclists need to give Boris some love (even if it pains you) - 20 November 2015
Cycling in London: Could Sadiq Khan or Zac Goldsmith be about to kill off cycling investment before it even gets started? - 16 November 2015
Flurry of good, bad and downright ugly plans for new cycle routes on the edges of central London - 18 February 2015
Thanks to muddy thinking by The Royal Parks, one of Britain's most iconic buildings to be the scene of Europe's most laughable cycling infrastructure - 10 February 2015
WOW. TfL approves cycle super highways. But real threat still lurks. Not from taxis or the freight industry but, in my opinion, from Canary Wharf Group, which seems to have been trying to undermine the public consultation - 4 February 2015