Rosie Downes

Campaigns Manager

London Cycling Campaign

Founded in 1978, London Cycling Campaign is a charity that ensures everyone who cycles, or wants to cycle, has a voice.

It is the capital’s leading cycling organisation with more than 40,000 members and supporters. Prior to joining London Cycling Campaign, Rosie held positions at Living Streets, the national charity that stands up for pedestrians, and CTC, the national cyclists’ organisation. She was recently named one of BikeBiz magazine’s Women in Cycling 2015.



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