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Camden Cyclists Newsletter
Monday 19 June 7.30-9.30pm
Primrose Hill Community Centre
29 Hopkinsons Place, NW1 8TN Refreshments will be provided.
There’ll be a Business/Committee Meeting here from 6.30pm. Monday 17July 7.30-9.30pm
Sidings Community Centre 150 Brassey Road NW6 2BA Clare Rogers, of Cycle Enfield, will speak to us about her work and success with Enfield’s ‘Mini-Holland’. Refreshments provided.
Bike Week runs from Saturday 10 June to Sunday 18 June 2017. Ice Cream Ride Saturday 10 June 2.15 pm- 5.00pm Sidings Community Centre 150 Brassey Road NW6 2BA Celebrate summer by visiting three of Camden’s ice cream parlours and sampling their wares! Cyclists’ Breakfast Wednesday 14 June 8am – 10am
Somers Town Community Centre
150 Ossulston Street NW1 1EE
Food, chat, information, Dr Bike and more! Round Camden Ride Sunday 18 June 11am – 4pm Meet 11am junction of Chester Road and the Broad Walk NW1 4NR
Our 11th Round Camden Ride has a new, simpler, shorter route. The ride finishes at the Town Hall in Judd Street but there’s an option to be escorted back to the start point.
Kentish Town Bike Workshop
Kentish Town Health Centre, NW5 2BX Monday 5 June 6.30-8.30.pm Monday 3 July 6.30-8.30pm Learn to fix your bike with the help of our expert mechanics. Workshops are held in associattion with Transition Kentish Town. Please come early to avoid disappointment!
Workshops are free but donations are welcome
Primrose Hill Summer Fair Saturday 10 June 1.30-5.00pm Chalcot Square NW1 8YB
Dr Bike and Information stall Rides Saturday 10 June
Ice Cream Ride Sunday 18 June
Round Camden Ride Sunday 9 July
James’ Mystery Ride
More details later on our website. Saturday 29 July
We will again lead a feeder ride to this popular event when you can ride past many London attractions on roads closed to motor traffic. More details later.
We’ll be holding more rides later in the summer. Details will be posted in future newletters and on our website.
Other ways to keep in touch and get involved!
Our committee relies on volunteers, and we need a few more to ensure our vital work continues. If you are passionate about cycling and improving the cycling experience in Camden, and can spare 3-4 hours a month, we would love to hear from you. If you’re interested, contact John Join our email group for discussions related to cycling in Camden by sending a blank email to CamdenCyclingCampaignfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our discussions on infrastructure issues on Cyclescape.
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