Email the coordinator at

To contact other ICAG members, try one of the following:

John Ackers (infrastructure) 020 7690 7263

Tom Harrison (space4cycling) 07842918037

Adrian Williams (Dr Bike) 07810 211 902

Alison Dines 020 7226 7012

About us

Islington Cyclists Action Group (ICAG) was formed on the 30th June 1976. ICAG became a part of the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) many years later.

ICAG is run by volunteers and works to improve facilities for cyclists and encourage more people to take up cycling. We’re involved in a wide range of activities as shown on this website and are always happy to see new people at our events. ICAG advocates consideration by all for all on our streets.   If you join LCC and live in Islington you automatically become a member of ICAG.

What we do

We promote cycling in the community at various events throughout the year.

We liaise with the Council and Transport for London about cycling matters, the design of cycle schemes and other engineering matters. You can send your comments on local cycle routes or if you would like to help with this work please join the icag-eng yahoo group.

We run the Little Green Ride on the third Sunday of the month and other rides are also arranged occasionally (see events).

We have a monthly meeting at the Town Hall on the second Wednesday of the month (see events).

We run a monthly maintenance workshop on the fourth Wednesday of the month (see events).

We put together a Newsletter which comes out with London Cyclist, the LCC members’ magazine.

How we are organised

ICAG has a constitution and a committee. For 2014/15 it is:-

Coordinator: Alison Dines

Treasurer: TBA

Ordinary committee members:

Tom Harrison
Jono Kenyon
Tabitha Tanqueray
Liz Reiner
Keith Macfarlane
John Ackers

  • Tussyisme2

    St Paul’s Road: from roundabout to Highbury Grove turning – highly dangerous stretch for cyclists: parked vehicles, left turn to the Fields, narrow, buses…

    Suggest restricted parking: double yellows with limited loading times, and any other measures members can think of.