Sadly, 6 years after their first appearance the Camden Cyclists' mapping pages are no longer available!
A different mapping service intended to support cycle campaigners and others is under consideration and may appear here in due course.
Meanwhile most of the facilities that the Camden maps offered are now available from other services. Where they are not, we have used Google Fusion Tables to produce simple maps from the data on which the old maps were based, see below:
Since the Camden Cyclists maps were first developed, the OpenStreetMap community has produced an outstandingly complete and accurate survey of all the signed cycle routes in London (and elsewhere). (Here is a key to the map). This resource supersedes much of what the Camden maps provided and it is being continually updated and improved.
The 'Plan a Route' button on the Camden maps relied on the excellent CycleStreets route planning service and that continues to be available through many other apps including:
We know of no equivalent to the enjoyable and sometimes useful facility to take a virtual ride that the Camden Maps offered.
Bike shop locations in Camden
The table and map at http://camdencyclists.org.uk/camden/shops includes all of the shops incuded in the maps.camdencyclists database. This data will continue to be updated.
Members of the Cycling Campaign used the maps to show the location of each cycling scheme proposed by Camden and record details of their status, with a link to a detailed description. A new map of all the consultations recorded between 2010 and 2013 can be found here.
This facility has not been used recently and there are better alternatives. We recommend the London Cycling Campaign's web app which notifies local authorities about each request: http://www.cycleparking4london.org.uk/
Routes to schools
This was a small facility offering some 'spider maps' of recommended routes to secondary schools in some parts of Camden only. They have not been updated recently. The data to reconstruct the routes using Fusion Tables could be made available to anyone wanting to construct a similar facility.
The Camden maps included interactive maps of London-wide cycle routes in several categories. We are working towards making separate maps from some of them (those that aren't superseded by OpenCycleMap). Some are completed and linked below:
We would welcome offers of assistance with that task as well as requests to use the data (KML files) for other purposes.