London Freewheel Sep 21
March 5, 2008
If sharing the road with thousands of other cyclists sounds like fun then you can register for this year’s London Freewheel here.
Many of the capital’s roads will be traffic-free and open only to cyclists.
The 2007 event saw more than 38,000 bikes descending on the city’s streets for the day.
Cyclists enjoyed an afternoon of entertainment, picnics, stalls and cycling.
Dubbed as an ‘extraordinary day’, the event stopped traffic along 14km of the capital’s roads, turning the city centre into a bike friendly mecca for Sunday cyclists.
It all sounded like a little too much fun for me so I gave it a miss.
We’ll see what happens this year.