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Camden Cyclists Newsletter
We usually hold our meetings on the third Monday every month, either at Sidings or Primrose Hill.
There’ is a Business/Committee Meeting beforehand from 6.30pm, to which all interested LCC members are welcome.
Monday 21 August 7.30 – 9.30pm Primrose Hill Community Centre 29 Hopkinsons Place, NW1 8TN
Monday 18 September 7.30 – 9.30pm Primrose Hill Community Centre 29 Hopkinsons Place, NW1 8TN
Kentish Town Bike Workshop
Kentish Town Health Centre, NW5 2BX Monday 7 August 6.30 – 8.30pm Monday 4 September 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
Rides Sunday August 13 10.00 – 6pm George’s Bedfordshire Ride
George will be leading a train-assisted ride to Bedfordshire, lunching at the Shuttleworth Collection. There are motor-free sections and a choice of ride length: 27/35 miles.
Meet Iverson Road entrance to West Hampstead Thameslink Station 10’00 for 10.14 to Flitwick https://camdencyclists.org.uk/events/georges-bedfordshire-ride-2/.
We’ll be holding more rides in the late summer/early autumn.
We’re hoping to have an extended Lea Valley Ride and an Oktoberfest breweries tour (this one’s not suitable for children!)
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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