Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Support Cycling Over The Tube Strike Period In London


For those who finds it daunting to cycle within London, here is an opportunity to start with the great support LCC is providing. So chose your route and go give that fear of yours a big blow. Who knows, it might be your big bang into confidence.

"Bike the strike to avoid stress" says LCC

LCC will be organising 5 ‘Bike tubes' bicycle rides into central London, to support Londoners commuting into work on the first morning of the tube strike Wednesday 10th June.

We are calling for all LCC members and cyclists to join one of these led rides in central London or even lead their own! The more of a cycling presence we can create the more we can show how easy it is to get on your bike. Here's how you can help.

If you are available to join one of the following Bike tubes, or set up one of your own, please email matthew@lcc.org.uk to see how you can get involved

Meeting points

7:45 am @ Brixton - Oval - Elephant and Castle - Blackfriars - Holborn
7:45am @ Finsbury Park main gate route - Arsenal - Highbury and Islington - Angel - Moorgate - Mansion House - London Bridge - City Hall
7:45am @ Mile End Green Bridge route - Stepney Green - Cable Street - Tower Hill - Bank
7:45am @ Ravens Court Park route - Hammersmith - High Street Kensington - Hyde Park Corner - Charing Cross - Trafalgar Square
7:45am @ Swiss Cottage route - Hampstead - Belsize Park - Chalk Farm - Mornington Crescent - Euston - Gower Street - Tavistock Place - Grays Inn Road - Clerkenwell - Farringdon - Moorgate


You can also;

Let your colleagues and friends know by directing them to this blog or the LCC website, so that we can create a movement throughout London to bike the strike.

Download the poster at here and put it up on the notice board at work or on your intranet sites

We are providing all the information Londoners need to bike the strike at www.biketube.org.uk. We've got information on bike buddies, routes and bike hire. We've even got maintenance tips for people whose bikes have been sitting in the shed for far too long.

We think that this is the ideal opportunity to prove to people that cycling to work is a great alternative to public transport or the car. It's healthy, cheap, quicker than you might think and above all FUN!

To join the LCC and receive help and information about cycling in London, please visit http://www.lcc.org.uk/ or call 020 7234 9310

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