Sunday 22nd September 2019 10:00am

Starting from - Outside Baker Street station by Boots the Chemist - north of Marylebone Road on Baker Street, at station exit. NW1 5RT

This Harrow Cyclists ride is open for anyone to join

  • 10.6 miles
  • All bike types
  • 4 hr

Starting point


This is a fun easy ride in central London to the closed streets in Southwark and the City, for World Car Free Day. More details on We'll cycle through the quiet streets of Marylebone from Baker Street station to Hyde Park, then along Cycleway 3, through Parliament Square and along the Embankment to London Bridge. London Bridge, Tooley Street and Tower Bridge will be closed to motor traffic so we'll enjoy the freedom. We stop at Bank for entertainment and you can bring a picnic or buy street food there. We'll also have a look at St John's Street which has an event and is closed to motor traffic, before riding back to Kings Cross to take the train home. This is a full day out as we will take our time for people to enjoy the events. It's a Harrow Cyclists' ride - we are a member of the London Cycling Campaign - and all adults are welcome. If you are coming by train from the Harrow area you could take the 0925 from Pinner or 0931 from Harrow on the Hill.

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A gentle slow ride to Car Free Day celebrations in Southwark and the City

Much of the route is traffic-free and there are some quiet streets.

We'll stop at the Car Free Day festivities around Bank station for a picnic or street food

No special gear needed; just a working bike, money for food or a picnic, a bike lock and water

First-timers welcome!

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