The maps.camdencyclists.org.uk site now hosts some maps and map-based tools aimed at supporting cycle-campaigning. The most important of these is the:
which is a generic tool providing a map-based interface to Cyclescape. You can learn more about it on this page. It’s generic in the sense that it can be configured for use in any geographic area in which Cyclescape us in use and can be embedded in any website with a few lines of HTML to access the service we provide at maps.camdencyclists.org.uk/issuemap.
After the Camden Cyclists maps were first developed and released (in 2007), a rendering of OpenStreetMap was produced that provided an outstandingly complete and accurate survey of all the signed cycle routes in London (and elsewhere). (Here is a key to that map). This continuously-evolving resource supersedes much of what our maps provided.
The Camden maps offered an interface to the excellent CycleStreets route planning service and that continues to be available through many other apps including the CycleStreets web server: www.cyclestreets.net/journey
We know of no equivalent to the enjoyable and sometimes useful facility to take a virtual ride that the Camden Maps offered.
The table and map at http://camdencyclists.org.uk/camden/shops includes all of the shops included in the maps.camdencyclists database. This data will continue to be updated.
Only this one remains available: