Friday, September 21, 2007

Hovis London Freewheel

This Sunday is the annual Hovis London Freewheel event, in uhm, Central London.

8.7 miles of traffic free roads will be made available to us cycling enthusiast. About registered 40,000 cyclists will join the ride tomorrow with many more unregistered riders expected, so make sure you head down early. Roads closed will include those in Westminster borough, City of London and Southwark. Cycling sightseers will be delighted to know that the roads closed will take you through such scenic routes such as Parliament Square, Temple Place and the Victoria Embankment.

People taking the Tube should refer here for TfL's police on bringing non-folding bikes on different part of the Underground network. Unfortunately engineering work would mean that we may not make it, though I am still trying to sort out a way that would enable us to get into Central London. With good luck we hope to see you there Sunday.

Happy cycling!

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