The London Freewheel
Monday, 27 August 2007
The London Freewheel is a major cycling event, to rival the Tour de France prologue and the London to Brighton bike ride. Streets in central London will be closed to motor traffic for most of the day, so people can cycle round the route and take in the sights. More details and registration are here.
The idea is that you ride to your nearest hub, where there will be lots of stalls and entertainment. From there you ride to St James Park with hundreds of other riders, where the whole thing starts. There is nothing stopping you from riding by yourself to St James Park.
We are providing a feeder ride to our nearest hub, which is Ravenscourt Park. Meet at The Little Green, Richmond, here, at 09:45 to leave at 10:00.
RCC needs volunteer marshals for this event. Marshals will help a large group of cyclists negotiate their way to Ravenscourt Park. If you volunteer, training is available and this is very worthwhile. Let us know if you are willing to help out - email us or come along to one of our stalls or on one of our rides.
Posted byRichmond Cycling Campaign at 16:14