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Philip Darnton

Phillip Darnton

Chair - The Cycle Planning Awards

Phillip spent 30 years with Unilever plc in senior marketing, general management and global strategy roles. He joined the board of Reckitt and Colman as Director for Global Marketing in 1996. Between 2000 and 2003 he was the Managing Director and Chairman of Raleigh UK. Phillip joined the National Cycling Strategy Board in 2001; this Board advised the Minister for Transport on policies and actions to increase trips by bike in the UK. In June 2004 Phillip was appointed Chairman of the NCSB. In 2005 Phillip became Chairman of Cycling England, an independent expert body set up by the Secretary of State for Transport; he continued in this role until Cycling England's abolition in March 2011. He was awarded an OBE for his services to cycling in the New Year's Honours List of 2010. A former President of the Bicycle Association, Phillip is now the Executive Director.

Brian Deegan

Brian Deegan

Principal Technical Planner, Transport for London

Brian is currently revising the London Cycling Design Standards as well as supporting the Cycling Vision Delivery. He was Project Development Manager for the London Cycle Network and is a pioneer of light segregation.

"Brian is the Wayne Rooney of Cycling" - Andrew Gilligan, London Cycling Commissioner

Rosie Downs  Campaigns Manager - London Cycling Campaign

Rosie Downs

Campaigns Manager - London Cycling Campaign

Responsible for managing development and delivery of communications strategies brand development, including messaging, brand guidelines and production policies and monitoring, analysis and evaluation 

Erik Tetteroo  Consultant, Dutch Cycling Embassy

Erik Tetteroo

Consultant, Dutch Cycling Embassy

Erik Tetteroo works as a consultant at APPM in the Netherlands and he is the UK representative for the Dutch Cycling Embassy. Erik’s interest lies in the interaction between city development and (sustainable) mobility. As a former architect Erik attaches great importance to nice design solutions and a useful design of public space. At APPM Erik works as a consultant on various topics in the field of real estate and infrastructure. He now focusses on the role of bicycle-inclusive mobility in a metropolitan region.

Carlton Reid

Carlton Reid

Carlton has been writing for 29 years. Travel pieces have appeared in National Geographic Traveller and The Guardian.

He is the executive editor of, a freelance, roving role. Carlton started writing during an editorial internship on Bicycle Times magazine in 1986., him then 'one-man' website, came joint second with in the European Online Journalism Awards 2000 and was ‘highly commended’ in the B2B website category of the PPA Awards for Editorial Excellence 2004. In 2008, won the ‘best use of blogging’ award in the North East Digital Awards.

Tony Russell  Transport Engineering Manager, Sustrans

Tony Russell

Transport Engineering Manager, Sustrans

Tony is a Chartered Engineer providing support on the traffic and highways aspects of Sustrans’ projects, including developing skills within both Sustrans and external organisations through professional training and direct support. Over the past 16 years he has gained extensive experience of infrastructure design for cyclists and pedestrians.

Martin Key  Campaigns Manager, British cycling

Martin Key

Campaigns Manager, British cycling

Responsible for campaigning activity and achieving support for action at a national and local Government level to achieve the desired changes to legislation and the cycling environment

John Parkin  Professor of Transport Engineering, UWE

John Parkin

Professor of Transport Engineering, UWE


John Dales

John Dales

John is a traffic engineer, transport planner and urban designer with 30 years’ professional experience that spans from strategic transport planning to concept design. Well known as a champion of better town and city streets, he was Director for Urban Initiatives’ before founding Urban Movement. John is an urban realm design advisor to several UK local authorities. He is a Trustee of Living Streets, was a contributing author to Manual for Streets 2, and is a former Board member of the Transport Planning Society. He’s been author of a monthly article in Local Transport Today on ‘Transport in Urban Design’ since 2005.

Rachel Aldred  Senior Lecturer, Westminster University

Rachel Aldred

Senior Lecturer, Westminster University

Dr. Rachel Aldred is a Senior Lecturer in Transport at the University of Westminster and leads the Westminster MSc in Transport Planning and Management. Much of her research focuses on cycling and she has carried out research projects funded by organisations including the Economic and Social Research Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Commissioned research has included work for British Cycling, the World Health Organisation and Transport for London. Rachel has published widely on cycling, in journals including Transport Reviews, Journal of Transport Geography, and Sociology. Current research includes work on cycling and diversity, infrastructure design for child cycling and cycling near misses. Her personal website is


Roger Geffen MBE  Campaigns Director, CTC

Roger Geffen MBE

Campaigns Director, CTC

Originally from a cycle campaigning background, Roger Geffen has gained experience of working both in the local authority and consultancy sectors, before returning to cycle campaigning work at CTC, the UK's national cycling charity.

His first involvement in cycling was as a volunteer campaigner with the London Cycling Campaign (LCC) in the late 1980’s.  He went on to take active roles in various transport and environment groups including the UK's anti-road movement of the early 1990’s.  With the shift in national transport policy in the mid-1990’s, he took a masters in Transport at the University of London and began working for Oxfordshire County Council, drafting its Walking and Cycling Strategies and a large part of its Local Transport Plan.  After a spell working with consultants Steer Davies Gleave spent working on various walking, cycling, public transport and policy analysis projects, he joined CTC as Campaigns & Policy Manager (now Director) in 2002.

Isabelle Clements  Director, Wheels for Wellbeing

Isabelle Clements

Director, Wheels for Wellbeing

Isabelle Clement is the Director of Wheels for Wellbeing, a charity which fights for cycling equality for disabled people. They support disabled people to access cycling in South London. Herself an urban handcyclist, Isabelle leads the Inclusive Cycling Forum for London, which campaigns for cycling infrastructure that is fully inclusive.


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