Using the latest online mapping and lobbying technology, Londoners can quickly and easily enter their postcode to locate their ward and then email their council election candidates calling for their support for the specific Space for Cycling measure identified for their area.
They can also use the new tool to see what is being called for in all wards in London and, as the campaign progresses, track responses from candidates.
ITV News has uncovered evidence that the website Gumtree is being routinely used to sell bikes stolen in London. One victim found SIX of his stolen bikes for sale online -- one even had his name printed on it.
Cyclist Campaigners have called on Gumtree to do more to prevent the illegal trade: Dan Hewitt investigates.
The London Cycling Campaign has issued the following advice to avoid inadvertently buying stolen bikes online:
Ask the seller where they got the bike
Ask for identification, a landline phone number or a workplace email
Ask for an original purchase receipt
Expect a genuine photo of the actual bike, not a catalogue picture
Ask for a receipt for the transaction with their signature and address (you may need it for identification purposes)
Ask for a bike frame number, which can be checked against lists of stolen bikes
"If an advert looks like it may not be genuine, and the seller doesn't have a credible story as to where they acquired the bike, walk away for your own good as well as everyone else's. Remember that meeting a dishonest seller carries a personal risk."