CTC local campaigner Roy Spilsbury, who fought a long battle to allow cycling on the prom at Llandudno, was on BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine Show this week to explain why “the future is the bicycle” for the seaside town.
The number of cyclists seriously injured on Surrey's roads has double over the past three years. To find out more listen to CTC's Chris Peck and Julie Rand discussing the statistics on BBC Radio Surrey's Breakfast Show.
A female cyclist and CTC member, who will spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair after being hit by a car driven by an 89-year-old motorist with defective eyesight, has received an out-of–court settlement of more than a million pounds.
In the first of the Guardian's live blogs covering the London mayoral election, Christopher Peck of the CTC, Mike Cavenett of the London Cycling Campaign, and transport commentator Christian Wolmar discuss bikes in London.
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