Dates for your diary:
Monday 15 December 7.30-9.30pm
Members’ Meeting & Seasonal Celebration will be held as usual at Primrose Hill Community Association, 29 Hopkinsons Place, NW1 8TN.
‘Bicycle – The Film’ will be showing as background entertainment.
There’ll be refreshments, including home-made mince pies!
It follows our Committee/Business Meeting at 6:30, to which all interested members are welcome.
Monday 5 January 2015 6.30 – 8.30pm
Kentish Town Bike Workshop
Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, London NW5 2AJ
Bring your bike for a check up and advice as to how to fix it. You’ll work on your own bike with help from a mechanic.
Workshops are held in association with Transition Kentish Town. They are free, but donations welcome. More details on our website.
Join us for drinks at the Abbey Tavern nearby, after the Workshop.
Monday 19 January 2015 7.30-9.30pm
Members’ Meeting will be held as usual at Primrose Hill Community Association, 29 Hopkinsons Place, NW1 8TN.
Alix Stredwick, will be speaking about ‘Getting Women Cycling’.
Monday 2 February 2015 6.30-8.30pm
Kentish Town Bike Workshop
What a Winner!
Jean Dollimore, our recently retired Co-ordinator, features in the current issue of London Cyclist. Jean was the winner of LCC’s Outstanding Contribution to Cycle Campaigning Award and tells of a week’s work in campaigning. There is no time to rest between multiple meetings and site visits!
For the Data Freak
We have links to maps and data sets outlining collisions, traffic levels, roads, routes and infrastructure, Space4Cycling and more on our website at
where you can see details of crashes and road schemes over much of the land, in great detail.
Want more Bikehangars?
Camden is looking for locations where these are needed. If you have nowhere safe, accessible and weather-proof to store your bike, but there might be room to install one of these on the street, contact Angela Hobsbaum (email@example.com), who will pass your request on to Camden.
This is what they look like:
Need Better Bike Parking?
Ever needed to leave your bike outside a shop, cafe, or cinema but there are no racks nearby? Camden are putting in a lot more racks on the street, but if you know a place which could do with more, please email Angela Hobsbaum with precise details of the location.
Report incidents that almost result in a collision on http://collideosco.pe
That way the local authority can be informed and statistics can be reported. The Bespoke project is a partner in this scheme.
Future Meetings and Events
We’d love to hear your ideas for future meetings, guest speakers, rides and other events. Join us at a meeting and let us know or email Angela with your suggestions.
Camden Cyclists on the web and Twitter
Those of you with Twitter accounts may wish to follow Camden Cyclists @camdencyclists. Our website as ever is camdencyclists.org.uk Our new website is now live. It is easier to use and easier on the eye than the old site, which served us well for many years.
We also discuss infrastructure issues on Cyclescape http://www.cyclescape.org