Portsmouth is set to play host to the next Cyclenation conference, which will get underway tomorrow (Saturday April 17th).
The event will see UK cycle campaigning groups come together to discuss their strategies for creating a successful cycling culture in Britain.
Among the topics to be discussed at the event include plans for a 20mph speed limit to be enforced for cyclists in Oxford - following in the footsteps of Portsmouth, which has previously implemented a similar speed cap.
Other topics up for discussion include ways to work with young people and local authorities, bike parking and the pros and cons of sharing cycling space with other types of vehicle.
According to Cycling Weekly, plans by Transport for London (TfL) to make the streets in the capital safer for cyclists, pedestrians and motorists are likely to be warmly welcomed at the conference.
Those who currently enjoy getting their cycling gear on to bike through the capital could benefit from plans to scrap some one-way systems in London's central zone, including Tottenham Court Road and Trafalgar Square.
Posted by Dan Mirza