Who we are
Harrow Cyclists is a local borough group of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC). Our members also members of LCC, and we meet monthly on a Wednesday evening.
Group co-ordinator – Tony Levene, 07828580931 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary, webmaster and council liaison – Anoop Shah (@AnoopShah4)
Treasurer – David Turner
Breeze ride leader – Veronica Chamberlain
Our main activity is campaigning for better cycling conditions in Harrow. We respond to consultations on new road schemes and meet with council engineers 3-4 times a year to discuss cycle schemes. We try to suggest practical solutions for Harrow’s roads which provide space for cycling, and some of these were included the council’s Vision for Cycling that was submitted to TfL to request funding in 2013.
We represent cycling interests on Harrow’s Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel.
Breeze Network Harrow runs regular free bike rides for women in Harrow. Harrow Cyclists also organises occasional bike rides, such as a ride to and from the Prudential Skyride in Central London in summer 2013. Harrow Cyclists members can also join rides led by nearby groups such as Brent Cyclists or Watford Spokes.
If you are willing to lead or help us organise more rides please get in touch. Free ride leader training is available in London.
Get in touch
You can email us at bikecampaign@harrowcyclists.
If you can help out with rides, website modifications, reviewing road engineering plans or just want to meet up socially with cyclists in this area, please do get in touch.
Harrow Cyclists email list
Our emails contain information about rides, meetings and events. To sign up send a blank email to harrowcyclists-subscribe@yahoogroups.
Join the London Cycling Campaign
We’d also love you to join as a full member of the London Cycling Campaign so you can enjoy a wide range of benefits including third party insurance.
Other ways to help our campaign
If you live in Harrow, you can help our campaign by writing or speaking to councillors yourself. Councillors have a duty to listen to residents, and the more voices they hear in support of cycling, the more likely they are to act.
You can also help by responding to transport and planning consultations from TfL and Harrow Council.