In April 2017 I was interviewed by cycling journalist and author, Carlton Reid, for the Spokesmen podcast, talking about how I got into cycling, advocacy, London. Then I turn the interview around and talk to Carlton about his latest project, unearthing the UK's forgotten 1930's cycleways.
In March 2017 I chaired London's Street Talk, a monthly panel discussion about urban design, discussing how cycling can save the world. The event coincided with the launch of Guardian journalist Peter Walker's book, Bike Nation: How Cycling Can Save the World.
In March 2016 I chaired a panel of experts, discussing how to get more people cycling in London .
On the panel with me were London cycling commissioner (at the time), Andrew Gilligan, Olympic cyclist and British Cycling's Policy Advisor, Chris Boardman, Dr Rachel Aldred, reader in transport at the University of Westminster, Guardian journalist, Peter Walker, and Licensed Taxi Driver's Association General secretary, Steve McNamara.
In February 2016 I was on an all-female panel discussing how women are portrayed in the cycling media. I later wrote an article on it for Total Women's Cycling, which you can read here.