London Cycling Campaign

Love London, Go Dutch!

Love London, Go Dutch is the campaign calling for the Mayor of London to make our streets more liveable for everyone by making them as safe and inviting for cycling as they are in Holland.

LCC launched the campaign in February 2012, and in the weeks before the 3 May 2012 Mayoral election the five leading candidates promised to implement the three core Go Dutch commitments, starting the move towards installing continental-standard cycling infrastructure in the capital.

Support The London Cycling Campaign for a Safer, Healthier City

To support The London Cycling Campaign, Leftfield Bikes donated a Van Moof 3.1. To be in with a chance of winning it, simply register as a new member or update your details on their main website.

Becoming a member supports LCC’s vital campaigns, which helps to improve our city for all Londoners. Plus they provide you with an unbeatable package of benefits, which help make every day you ride your bike a better one. This includes the London Cyclist Magazine, free 3rd Party Insurance, a free legal helpline, free public liability insurance, discounts (Coupon: LCC), free rides all over London, plus fairs and festivals in the summer.

Read out more about the benefits here, and join today to help us to raise the voices of London cyclists.

40,000 signed the petition

Helping to make Love London, Go Dutch LCC’s most successful campaign ever, 40,000 people signed the petition here.

10,000 came on the Big Ride

On Saturday 28 April 2012 an incredible 10,000 people (despite the wet weather) took part in the Big Ride, London’s biggest-ever bike traffic-free ride calling for safer streets for cycling.

When Boris Johnson won the Mayoral election, LCC also started their Go Dutch: First 100 Days campaign. After 100 days LCC delivered a summary of what has and hasn’t been achieved so far:
The first 100 days.

More about LCC’s Campaign

Why Go Dutch?
The Big Ride
Key Principles
Campaign Demands
Parliament SquareOlympic ParkBlackfriars
Go Dutch Gallery
Holland In The 1970s
Help Gather Petition Signatures
Sponsors And Supporters
Go Dutch Locations

Our Local LCC Websites

With the neighbouring areas of Richmond Park, Wimbledon Common and Putney Heath, LCC Members may live in one of three different boroughs.
Richmond LCC:
Wandsworth LCC:
Wimbledon and Merton LCC:

Canary Wharf’s commuters may also wish to join a very active LCC Group.
Tower Hamlets Wheelers: