We are the members of the London Cycling Campaign who live in the borough of Bromley
Who are Bromley Cyclists?
Bromley Cyclists are a local group of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC), a charity working for safer, cheaper and happier cycling.
Any LCC member who lives in the borough of Bromley is also automatically a member of Bromley Cyclists.
What do we do?
We organise cycle training and events, offer help and advice, and campaign on behalf of cyclists in Bromley. We’re here to support all local cyclists and cycling.
Most of all though, we’re about riding bikes. So why not join us on one of our rides.
Why do we do it?
We love cycling in all its forms and want to both encourage more people onto bicycles and get those who already ride to use their bikes more often.
Some of our members give up their time without being paid to arrange and lead rides, campaign for cycling, attend local events and run cycling courses.
How is the group run?
Bromley Cyclists holds quarterly meetings that are open to everyone, whether or not they belong to the LCC.
The group is overseen by a management committee that meets each month. This committee has three elected posts: borough coordinator (John Wood), treasurer (Linda Rampling) and secretary (Tom Campbell).
The committee also has the following officers: Derek Mark (chair), Richard Gibbons (communications along with transport, traffic & infrastructure) and Jonathan Coulter (also transport, traffic & infrastructure). In addition, John Wood is currently rides coordinator, while Tom Campbell is also the media officer.
How can you join?
The benefits of being a member include free copies of London Cyclist magazine, free legal advice, free third-party insurance and discounts at more than 100 cycling and outdoors shops.
How can you find out more?
Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com
How can you get involved?
We are always looking for people who can volunteer a bit of their time, whether to help out on one of our social rides, strengthen our campaigning, become our eyes and ears in one part of the borough, investigate planning applications or assist us in numerous other ways to boost cycling in Bromley. If you might be able to help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org