• PART I
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Method
  • 3. Results – Stage 1: Existing actionThe cycling projects database – a nationalPicture of existing actionLondon wide picture of existing cycling activity
  • 4. Results – Stage 2: Taking a lead in developing new actionPotential pilot project ideasThe pilot projects
  • 5. Results – Stage 3: Supporting others to takeAction through the Bike up your lifeProgramme
  • Response to the Bike up your life programme
  • Providing support – Basic support and theIntensive support Pedal Power programme
  • 6. Conclusions
  • What benefits can small scale cycling projectsDeliver?
  • If small-scale cycling projects are worthwhile, how can theirAdoption and establishment best be supported?
  • Overview
  • PART II
  • The Pilot project case studies
  • The Pedal Power case studies
  • APPENDICES
  • Appendix 1 – Detailed range of project typesFrom the cycling projects database
  • Appendix 2 – Detailed example of Basic support provided toOne group
  • Appendix 3 – Promotion and advertising of Bike up your Life
  • Appendix 4 – Data collection and recording
  • Appendix 5 – Obtaining copies of the full database