Cycle routes named after tube lines, better cycling infrastructure and increases to cycle parking at mainline stations are some of the proposals in the Mayor of London's Cycling Vision.
The Mayor's Vision has been developed in consultation with cycling groups with an accompanying budget of £913m.
He is also keen to make cycling appear more normal, broadening its appeal to a wider cross-section of society.
By the end of the 2016, the Mayor's Cycling Commissioner, Andrew Gilligan, claimed that spending on cycling would be £18 per head per year, roughly the same as is spent in Copenhagen. The aim will be to double cycle use within 10 years.