For discussion about rides etc, check out our Facebook group page. Apply to join if you would like to post. Same for new WhatsApp Group, The Vulnerables (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info)
2 Dec City Alleyways 10pm. London Bridge, John leding.
Provisional Future programme
|Date||Leader||Start||Ride name or destination|
|16 Dec||Amanda||Peckham||Spitalfields Market|
For now there will be 15 person rides. Will continue using registration on Evenbrite and no set pattern of start locations. We will stick with 10am Saturday starts for most rides. No plans for return to a fixed pattern of start locations and timings. Will continue to experiment with occasional longer rides, maybe using trains to get further afield.
Will continue with the usual short, easy-paced rides on local roads and paths. The rides will be open to anyone, whatever age, wherever they live. We have been doing this for years. We do it for fun, but also to provide a way for relatively inexperienced cyclists to gain experience. Over the years we have helped lots of cyclists gain confidence riding on roads and helped many find useful off-road routes.
We would like riders to continue posting photos and comments about any rides they do, including riding one of the “Do-it-yourself” rides, on the Southwark Cyclists Healthy Rides Facebook site. To join the Facebook group go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/553896211918871/. We are also now running a closed WhatsApp Group group called “The Vulnerables”, e-mail email@example.com for more info.
Rides to try yourself
It is not always convenient to come along on Saturday mornings. Have gathered here some information on rides that you could try with friends
We are keeping the 1 hour “do it yourself” routes designed during the pandemic available. In addition there is full route information for some of our previous rides if you scroll back through the Events Calendar or look at the ride reports, links below.
Flyer about getting into cycling. Path to Cycling. Cycle training, then Healthy RIdes and/or Cycle Buddies, leading to independent cycling.
Riding the “Missing Link” at the Thames Barrier, Picnic ride 2018 with Bexley Cyclists. Video on YouTube