Ride from Dulwich Park to Holwood Farm Coffee Shop

Meet on Saturday 1st September 2018 at 10am at Dulwich Clock Cafe, Dulwich Park, SE21 7BQ. This is a ride to visit the Holwood Farm Coffee Shop (http://holwoodfarm.co.uk/coffee-shop/cyclist-welcome/) which is located in a converted barn near Keston. We cycle out to the Waterlink Way and though Beckenham Place Park to Shortlands and Bromley. We then continue to High Elms Park and climb up towards Downe. We then turn off to visit Holwood Farm, where we stop for our refreshment break. We then return to Burgess Park via Keston (the source of the Ravensvourne) and Cator Park. To book and see the route go to https://www.letsride.co.uk/rides/ride-from-dulwich-park-to-the-holwood-f...

Chiswick House Ride Report - 10th March 2018

There were 9 of us who met up at Canada Water to cycle to Chiswick House. The idea of choosing a common meeting point with Southwark Cyclists worked well as people had the opportunity of choosing between a 2 hour Southwark Cyclists ride or a 4.5 hour Cyclists in Southwark one. We stopped of at the Barry Mason memorial, which gave us an excellent opportunity to make the political point that when he was in charge of Southwark Cyclists they used to do lots of longer rides to places as far afield as the Hoo Peninsula.

Ride to the Source of the River Quaggy - 17th Feb 2018

Today's attempt at a Cyclists in Southwark AGM was a bit of a fiasco. For a start, an attempted murder had taken place in Greenwich and our route to the Waterlink Way was blocked by the police.

However, we were joined by 4 new riders today, who had never been on a Cyclists in Southwark ride before. It is good to see that there is some demand for doing 30 mile 4-5 hour rides that are longer than the Southwark Healthy Rides.

Christmas Day Ride 2017 - Ride Report

More photos from the ride can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/CyclistsInSouthwark/permalink/1428323730...

Despite the rain early on Christmas morning, there was a good turnout for this ride. There were 20 people at Cutty Sark Gardens and a further 30 or so were waiting at the Southwark Needle. We are grateful both to Time Out (https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/cyclists-in-southwark-christ...) and Tower Hamlets Wheelers (https://www.towerhamletswheelers.org.uk/diary) for helping us to publicise the ride.


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