Embassy News - 2011

Blackfriars Protest discussed on BBC London

The problems at Blackfriars Bridge, and the protest ride tonight, were discussed on BBC London this morning. Guests were Mark Ames of the iBikeLondon blog (who is also our CEoGB Press Officer) and Ben Plowden, putting the TfL point of view.

We have a recording of the interview if you missed it.

Cyclists plan protest on Blackfriars Bridge as Transport for London ignores London Assembly


Release date: 28 July 2011
Cycling Embassy of Great Britain

Cyclists plan protest on Blackfriars Bridge as Transport for London ignores London Assembly

London Cycle Campaign Flash Ride - Blackfriars Bridge

London Cycling Campaign are calling on all London cyclists to join them tomorrow morning for a Flash Ride across Blackfriars to show TfL that the safety and comfort of people on bikes MUST be taken seriously. They’re gathering on the bridge on the south side by the Dogget’s pub at 08.30AM for a mass ride across the bridge to the City .

CTC set to become a Charity

At their AGM yesterday the CTC members voted in changes to the Memorandum and Articles of Association, first written on 28th September, 1887, to enable them to approach the Charity Commission and convert to being a Charity.

Second Embassy Meeting - Manchester (21st May)

The Cycling Embassy of Great Britian is very pleased to confirm its second meeting which is to be held on Saturday 21st May 2011 in Manchester.

We shall be meeting at 12.30 at Manchester Piccadilly station and then cycling along (setting off at 12.45pm) to the Ducie Arms [52 Devas Street, Greenheys, Manchester M15 6HS]
where the landlord has agreed to open up specially and there are ample railings for locking up bikes.

Matters to be discussed include the very important topic of Governance for the Embassy as well as marketing and development.

Cycling in London

Jim Davis, from the Cycling Embassy was interviewed for ‘Cycling in London’

Read the full report on http://cyclinglondononline.wordpress.com/2011/03/24/cars-come-first-in-l...

Agenda Now Available! Start Up Meeting 29th January

The Agenda for the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain start up meeting on 29th January in London is now available for download from the document section of this website.


If you wish to make a contribution and think you can make it for an afternoon chinwag, we look forward to seeing you!


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