This ride starts from Canada Water Library in Deal Porter Square, opposite Canada Water Station, SE16 7AR. The station is on the Overground with large lifts which will take three bikes. There is flat access to the rail network at East Dulwich station and an easy change across the platform to the Overground at Peckham Rye. Or you can cycle -- it's not far (safe but wiggly. It starts at 10am and lasts two hours if you stay the whole way.
The guys are planning an easy-paced ride to the Bermondsey Street Festival. Details of the festival are on Facebook, here: [www.facebook.com
There's lots to see on the way, which starts with a long diversion around the north bank of the Thames. The group will go west along the Thames path to Tower Bridge. They will cross Tower Bridge then use pedestrian crossing to get to the slip road down to St Katherines Dock. The over the Red Bridge and through to the Hermitage Riverside Memorial Garden and on to Ivory Dock. North to Royal Mint St and Cycleway 3.
Then west to Tower Hill and via Cycleway 5 to The Monument, across London Bridge and down Borough High St to Newcomen St (Cycleway 14) and follow this to Bermondsey St to see the Festival. There will be a 20 minute stop here to look at the action and some people may want to stay. Those who don't will have a straightforward return to Deal Porter Square along Cycleway 14 route which goes mostly along or close to the Thames. The route is here: [www.google.com
These rides are brought to you by Bruce Lynn and friends on behalf of Southwark Cyclists (which includes me) and we are part of the London Cycling Campaign [lcc.org.uk
], a worthy organisation which campaigns for safer cycling in London. Our website is here: [southwarkcyclists.org.uk
] and you can contact us on email@example.com
, tweet us on @southwarkcycle, text me on 07842 640 207 or text Bruce for more info on 07729 279 945. Or reply here. Everything we do is free and open to all.
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