The third annual cyclists and walkers breakfast has taken place at UCL on Sept 21-2004
With the generous sponsorships of the London Borough of Camden, 8 UCL departments have been able to challenge each other on whose staff and graduate students could accumulate more miles travelled either by bicycle or on foot (a new addition of this year event) to UCL (Gower Street). As an incentive, the miles of those who do not usually cycle or walk to UCL their miles were doubled.
UCL provost Prof. Malcolm Grant was one of the first to arrive (on foot, but regularly cycles in London!) and in total 66 people participated and enjoyed the free croissants coffee and juice.
Here is the summary of the results of the challenge(if you want the breakdown of the results email me
|Inst. Laryng. Otol.||2||4.3||2.2|
Thank you to all those that have participated and to London Borough of Camden for their supportFeel free to browse the Camden Cycling Campaign web site and/or the London Cycling Campaign Site. (If you are not a member of the London Cycling Campaign, you should consider joining.The £50 price will go to the Physiology Department!Meade McCloughan, Daniel Glaser and Stefano Casalotti of Camden Cycling Campaign and, of course, UCL
|Longest cycle ride||9.5||William Coetesworth (Phys)|
|Most accrued miles||15 (7.5×2)||Jean Marie Chambard (Phys)|
|Longest walk||5||Paul Leonard (Biochem)(non regular)|