Harrow Cyclists Annual General Meeting 30 June 2022

Our 2022 Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 30 June 2022, 7.30 - 9.00pm in person or online. The in-person address is East End House, Moss Lane, Pinner, HA5 3AW. The remote option is on Zoom; details will be provided after registration. Please click here to register if you would like to attend. … Continue reading Harrow Cyclists Annual General Meeting 30 June 2022

Feeder ride to RideLondon FreeCycle

On 29 May 2022, Harrow Cyclists led a ride with 30 people (including 4 young people) to the RideLondon FreeCycle cycling festival in central London. The ride went smoothly, with marshals cooperating well to get everyone safely through the junctions. The weather was good and the roads were pretty quiet on a Sunday morning. https://youtu.be/z9Drosn3aTcContinue reading Feeder ride to RideLondon FreeCycle

Climate Safe Streets Rides to Harrow Civic Centre – Sat 16 April

2022’s council elections are a vital point in London’s zero-carbon journey. Motor vehicles are the largest and most stubborn source of London’s emissions, and borough councils control 95% of the city’s roads. Harrow council needs to act in the next four years and be bold – or it’ll be too late to get to zero … Continue reading Climate Safe Streets Rides to Harrow Civic Centre – Sat 16 April

Healthy Streets Community Meeting Tue 22 March 2022

We are holding an open community meeting on Zoom on Tuesday 22 March, at 7.30pm to 9pm, to discuss the way forward for healthy streets and active travel in Harrow. We will also outline our asks for the next council term and talk about our proposed big bike ride in Harrow on Saturday 16 April, … Continue reading Healthy Streets Community Meeting Tue 22 March 2022

Healthy Streets asks for the May 2022 council elections

We would like all councillors to commit to improving Harrow's streets to make them safer and more people-friendly, and to enable and encourage active travel. We would like to see improvements in Harrow's Healthy Streets scorecard results. We have written an open letter to Harrow's council leaders urging them to take action, and written detailed … Continue reading Healthy Streets asks for the May 2022 council elections

Harrow council makes all four ‘Streetspace’ school streets permanent

On 7 December 2021, Harrow's TARSAP committee agreed to make the 'Streetspace' school streets at Grimsdyke, Park High and Newton Farm permanent. A decision about the fourth school street for Marlborough School was deferred because of the lack of permanent CCTV causing issues with enforcement. Link to meeting agenda and minutes. In February 2022, the … Continue reading Harrow council makes all four ‘Streetspace’ school streets permanent

Proposed electric car charger on Uxbridge Road will put cyclists in danger

Harrow council s proposing to install an electric car charger on Uxbridge Road, near Hatch End Station. Link to proposal. This part of Uxbridge Road is proposed to become the 'Northern' cycle route. The road is wide enough for safe, protected cycle lanes that meet the LTN 1/20 standard. The existing layout does not meet … Continue reading Proposed electric car charger on Uxbridge Road will put cyclists in danger

The need for a cycling strategy for Harrow

Links to our recommendations: Overall active travel strategy, Cycle network, Low traffic neighbourhoods, High Street Fund schemes Harrow is set to lose access to significant funding following the inappropriate removal of the Streetspace low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) and cycle lanes. This was announced by the transport adviser to the Prime Minister on 30 July and reported in the … Continue reading The need for a cycling strategy for Harrow

Wheels for All inclusive cycling event 13-14 August

Harrow Cycle Hub and Cycling Projects ran a free inclusive cycling event on 13-14 August at Bannister Sports Centre in Harrow Weald, sponsored by BrickMortar Property Specialists. The event attracted over 100 people, including The Mayor of Harrow and local councillors. Participants could try out a range of specially adapted bikes which enable those with … Continue reading Wheels for All inclusive cycling event 13-14 August