What's On > Our London Talks - London is Cycling: Safe and Sound?
London is a city full of cyclists: cycling to work, cycling for work, cycling to school and university and cycling for pleasure. It is a healthy, environmentally friendly and exhilarating way to traverse our city.
But hundreds of cycling die on our roads every year. The air is polluted and cyclists often have an antagonistic relationship with pedestrians and other road users.
This event, hosted by Oxford House and Londonist, is a celebration of London cycling and a consideration of how cyclists can travel more safely and how we can all get around our city in greater safety. Our panel will discuss their love of London biking and their ideas to make it safer and better for all.
Dr Ashok Sinha
Ashok was appointed Chief Executive of the London Cycling Campaign in 2010. As well as having a doctorate in renewable energy, he's a passionate advocate for all things cycling, and never happier than being out on his bike with his family.
Chairman of 'New London Architecture'. Peter is founder of the London Festival of Architecture and is author of various architectural books including, "The saga of Sydney Opera House" and "A passion to build". He is a Past Master of The Architects’ Company, a visiting professor at IE University in Madrid, Chairman of The London Society and of New London Architecture (NLA)
Tom has worked for the charity Living Streets across projects, policy and campaigns. He has a background in Urban Design and an extensive knowledge of walking and the public realm.
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Our London Talks - London is Cycling: Safe and Sound?
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