Discover the story of Easter on our Good Friday cycle ride, visiting churches throughout Kensington and Chelsea.
We will stop at some of our most historic churches and hear about the journey Christ took to Golgotha on Good Friday, culminating with an enactment of the crucifixion at one of the Royal Borough’s central landmarks.
Join us for a unique bicycle ride this Good Friday, April 14th 2017. All faiths welcome.
- Gather from 3pm for a 3.30pm start outside St Clement James Church, 95 Sirdar Road, London W11 4EQ.
- The ride will end in the south of the Royal Borough at about 6pm.
- Tickets are £5 (plus £ 0.90 fees). All proceedings will go towards Intermission Youth Theatre.
- Bring your own bike or hire a Santander bike.
Any questions, please email email@example.com
Cycle to work and arrive energised and ready to start the day!
One of the essentials of riding to work successfully is to know which route to take. This is where we come in with our offer to ride with you from the Westfield to central London.
The rides will go either through the parks or along quiet roads, depending on where people want to be dropped off. The idea behind them is to show people how easy it is to find quiet routes in London, even during rush hours.
The commuter route will start:
Monday 10 October – at 7:30am and then ongoing every Monday
Meeting point – Westfield Library Corner Docking Station
Wood Lane, outside the Shepherd’s Bush Library W12 7BF
Time – 07:30am
End point – Blackfriars Bridge – at 9:00am
We have planned pick up and drop off points, but they are suggested and can be changed to suit needs. We are also happy to accommodate the route to best suit your locations.
You can check the locations of the Santander Docking Stations in Transport for London’s website.
To register please go to Eventbrite
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 7361 4259
The Bikeminded Film Club is back for a fourth year! It will be held in the unique art-decó lecture theatre at the Kensington Central Library, a cosy venue to watch cycling-themed films during the autumn and winter. Did we mention that entrance is free?
Fourth Screening – Brevet
Tuesday 28 March at 7.30pm
BREVET follows three participants of 2015′s event Paris-Brest-Paris on their 1230 km long ride. Every four years cyclists from all over the world come to France for the legendary bicycle marathon. They have to ride the whole distance in no more than 90 hours. A gruelling fight against hills, cold and exhaustion. BREVET is the movie about this fight.