9th All Round Camden Bike Ride (aka Camden Peripherique)
Do you own a bike? Would you like to cycle to work? Why not try it, while Tufnell Park Station is closed?
Beat the crowds. Beat the congestion. Get fitter.
Sunday 7th September 2014 –– a fine day for John Chamberlain’s family ride.
Sunday 17th August 2014 led by James Brander The Joy of Essex ride is number 25 of the Lost Lanes rides from the book of that name by Jack Thurston. It is the second that I have enjoyed with Camden Cyclists (the first being the Kent ride from Sevenoaks last August). Thurston writes about “stunningly… [Read More]
On 20th July 2014, Geoff Stilwell led a short fun ride taking in Ice Cream parlours in the north of Camden
On Sunday 22nd June 2014, Geoff Stilwell led a family group through Gladstone Park, Roundwood Park and Queens Park.
This ride was designed by Paul Braithwaite, Councillor and Camden’s Cycling Champion until 2014, and he has led it in Bike Week every year from 2007.
On 15th June, the eighth ‘”ALL around Camden” bike ride’ was led once more by Paul Braithwaite, marshalled by Camden Cyclists and the Camden Cycle Trainers and escorted by officers from the Safer Transport Team. An improved route, lunch in Golders Hill Park and we all kept together all the way.
We led people from the Sidings and from Swiss Cottage to the start of the S4C ride and brought some of them back again after the speeches.
From 10:3- 11: 30 am people rode up and down Royal College Street to demonstrate this excellent infrastructure and to ask for more.