Cycling in London – Assorted Links 14/02/2012

The campaign “Cities fit for Cycling”, launched by “The Times” a fortnight ago, and the “Love London, Go Dutch” campaign by LCC are the big topics in the cycling blogosphere:

Inverted snobbery, “dangerising”, and change at the CTC – Vole O’Speed supports the “Times” campaign.

The Times’ Eight Point Manifesto – David Hembrow (“A view from the cycle path”) is rather critical.

Cycle safety campaigns: do they do more harm than good? – Andrew Gilligan (Daily Telegraph) is critical as well, albeit for different reasons.

Drivers who kill ‘should face prospect of life in prison’ says police expert – The Times

Better driving will make roads safer for cyclists, say motorists – The Times

Traffic flow in a new Parliament Square  and Going Dutch in Parliament Square– Pedestianise London

 Death of Henry Warwick

Memorial ride for cyclist killed in accident – Photos from the ride remembering Henry Warwick, the cycling courier who was killed in the City.

Moving Target  documents the speech a fellow courier gave in memorial of Henry.

Family’s anger over courier’s death – The Evening Standard

Other cycling links

Monday 20 February announcement (and more!) – Bikes Alive plan the next protest ride at King’s Cross on 20 February

From early adopters to everyday and ordinary… – Mark Ames discusses how cycling becomes normal in Hackney.

My Labour MP tells me it’s my responsibility to keep away from danger when I’m on my bike. How am I supposed to do that when the Mayor is re-designing London roads to make it even harder to stay safe? – Cyclists in the City

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