Category Archives: Cycling

Old Town underpasses to be filled thanks to £10m TfL grant

Transport correspondent JEREMY CLACKSON on moves to remove a barrier to pedestrians and cyclists which has seen the town centre split in half more than half a century The dingy, often intimidating and piss-tainted pedestrian subways under the Croydon Flyover … Continue reading

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Croydon BMX club is riding high with new sessions for 2019

The Croydon BMX club is back in the saddle this Saturday for its regular weekly sessions at the custom-built track in Norbury Park, from 9am.

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Council abandons ban on kids’ bikes on World Car-Free Day

Inside Croydon has made a difference, yet again, after Croydon Council was forced to drop its ban on scooters and bikes from the play street it has planned for the High Street this Saturday. Inside Croydon yesterday highlighted the imbecility … Continue reading

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Our Cycling Suffragette history talk, Colliers Wood, Jul 21

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Love Your Bike Week is about to ride into Croydon schools

Next week is Love Your Bike Week in Croydon, with events popping up at schools to encourage kids to use their bicycles, fix and maintain bikes and provide advice and help for novice cyclists. Among the various bicycle-related activities is: … Continue reading

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World Cycling Revival, Herne Hill Velodrome, Jun 14-16

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Herne Hill Veoldrome in appeal for Cycling Revival volunteers

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