Bike hire etiquette: No animals allowed
Last week the BBC helicopter was filming over Parliament so on its way back to base we asked it to film the Mayor's blue cycling superhighways along the A23.
The results you can see in this report.
Critics are already lining up to pick holes in the highways.
And outside Oval station cyclists have to make their way across a lane of traffic to get from one blue lane to another.
But as the Mayor's adviser told me they're not actually finished yet. They open on July 19th - watch this space.
Another positive for safety is the introduction of trixi mirrors on the tops of traffic lights where HGV drivers can see in the blind spot on the left hand side.
TfL tell me:
"There will be 39 in total as part of a six month trial. 37 of these are going up on the pilot Superhighways routes (with 31 installed in time for the scheme's launch on 19 July). The remainder will go up shortly afterwards.
"Two of the mirrors are going up off the Superhighways routes so we have a couple of control sites - and can separate the impact of the Superhighways infrastructure from the impact of the mirrors."
Another development cycling wise is the appearance of these docking stations across the capital ahead of the bike hire schemes launch on July 30th.
This is the one outside the Portugese Embassy on Portland Place.
Interestingly there is a list of 20 recommendations of what you should and shouldn't do on the hire bikes.
It says you should "consider" wearing a helmet - do I detect a nifty sidestep of the cycling helmet debate with that phrasing?
And also don't put animals in the basket on the front.
So now you know.