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Brent Cyclists



We are the Brent group of the London Cycling Campaign.


Brent Cyclists exists to campaign for better cycling conditions in Brent, and to help more people to cycle in Brent.

LCC members who live in Brent are members of Brent Cyclists, and receive our newsletter along with the LCC magazine.

We also represent the interests of all who cycle, or would like to cycle, in Brent, and all interested may join our electronic mailing list.

We have meetings every month and regularly organise rides and social events. Full details on our calendar.

Jubilee Line Quietway

July 2014: We have been consulted by Sustrans on the Jublilee Line Quietway, stage 1, to run from Regent's Park to Dollis Hill Station. There is a plan for the route attatched. Read more... »

Salusbury Road and Chevening Road / Winchester Avenue junction

June 2014

Brent are proposaing a "Casualty reduction scheme" on Salusbury Road and part of Brondesbury Park, and in so doing are proposing to alter the barrier that prevents all traffic (including bikes) moving between Chevening Road and Winchester Avenue. The principle of the latter, being an attempt to increase cycle permeability, in line with our policies, is welcome, but we have concerns about aspects of the proposals, and whether this is the correct way to achieve this permeability Read more... »

Space for Cycling Campaign

London Cycling Campaign

Space for Cycling is a campaign being coordinated across the whole of London by London Cycling Campaign, for the 2014 local elections (and there is also a national Space for Cycling Campaign being coordinated by CTC). Read more... »

Summer 2014 Newsletter

In the Summer 2014 Brent and Harrow Cyclists Newsletter:

  • Highlights of Brent and Harrow's Space for Cycling Campaigns
  • Brent Cross Cricklewood developer slams the door on safe cycling on the A5
  • Harrow builds some new paths at Belmont
  • Plus dates of rides and meetings

Download here

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