On 4 September 2011 Lambeth Cyclists successfully organised two feeder rides to the central London car free Skyride.Although not as popular as previous years (possibly due to the weather and timing) hundreds of people enjoyed our led rides from Streatham Hill Station and Clapham Common. We hope that by showing them how easy it is … Continue reading Hundreds Skyride from Lambeth
This years Skyride in early September saw thousands cycle into a car-free central London from Lambeth.Here Lambeth Cyclists’ Clare Neely reflects on leading one of the feeder rides to the event, successful inspite of her concerns about the corporate sponsorship by Sky.She writes “Hi I am Clare, your Skyride leader! It all came out in … Continue reading Thousands Skyride from Lambeth
On 5 September 2010 the fourth annual Mayor of London’s cycle ride will take place - upwards of 60,000 cyclists are expected to enjoy the car free roads of central London.As usual we will be running feeder rides to the main event and back again in the afternoon if required. Everyone is welcome on our … Continue reading Skyride 2010 is coming
On 20 September 2009 around 500 people gathered at Streatham Hill and Clapham Common to cycle for the Lambeth Cyclists’ led feeder ride to the Mayor of London’s Sky Ride (formerly known as Freewheel).
Final preparations are being made for the Lambeth feeder ride to the annual cycling event in central London now known as Skyride (formerly Freewheel). Skyride takes place on Sunday 20 September 2009 – Come and join us for the Skyride. As in previous years we will be running a feeder ride. We will have 3 … Continue reading Lambeth all set for Skyride 2009
This year’s mass participation Bike Ride in central London has changed its name from Freewheel to Sky Ride reflecting the new sponsor. The event will take place on Sunday 20 September and will again feature large sections of central London which are open solely to bicycles.This year’s ride will be coordinated by British Cycling and … Continue reading Freewheel become Sky Ride: 20 September 2009