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commuter bike ride to central London July 19th

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Sally Eva
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The Bike Train route is mostly off-road with hundreds and hundreds of added cyclists. Come with us and learn off-road and segregated routes to central London via Blackfriars. We bike-buddy riders to their final destination. Escorted all the way and totally free.

The Bike Train starts at 7.45am from Nunhead station, 7.55am from Peckham Rye Station and 7.55am from Denmark Hill Station. The Peckham Rye and Denmark Hill lines join in Burgess Park which is why it?s OK that they start at the same time.

The starting point in Peckham is the bike stands behind McDonalds and at Denmark Hill from outside the cafe in Windsor Walk. Camberwell Grove and Windsor Walk have both been closed since we started so this route keeps getting better.

Our route takes us through two parks, up a traffic-calmed back street, onto the on-pavement cycling lanes on the New Kent Road, around the Elephant and Castle by-pass and onto the still lovely but no longer so new segregation up St George?s Way and Blackfriars Road. All legal and all as safe as your mother would make it.

We get to Blackfriars at 8.30am and then a group goes north to Kings Cross and anyone who wants can be buddied wherever they want. Return rides arranged on request. For further details or to book your place text 07842 640 207 (me). Or just turn up

The map is here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mi ... 99991&z=12. The bit from Dulwich Village to Denmark Hill only runs for special occasions and subject to bribery (quite small amounts accepted). So if that?s the bit for you let us know asap so that it runs.

And the cycle.travel map is here: http://cycle.travel/map/journey/41005. The info with the map says we do 500m on major roads so it may not know about the on-pavement cycle lanes on the New Kent Road ? and 130m pushing. No pushing. I?m fine to push when required but it?s not required.

https://southwarkcyclists.org.uk/events ... d-onwards/

We are part of the London Cycling Campaign but you don't have to be. We don't charge and we take all-comers. We don't care where you live.
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