Cycle Fun Day, Mile End Ecology Pavilion, Tower Hamlets, Thurs 30th May - 11.30 3 pm


Mile End Ecology Pavilion, Grove Road, E3 5TW, Thursday 30th May, 11:30am – 3pm

Further information: Contact, ring 0207 364 6940/07949 442 396


To celebrate the opening of a new cycle route from Victoria Park to Bethnal Green Gardens, Tower Hamlets Council and Sustrans are hosting a cycle fun day, with plenty on offer for all the family.  Why not come along to this free event and participate in the following (all events take place at the Ecology Pavilion unless otherwise stated):


·         Led family friendly ride from Victoria Park to Mile End Park.  Assemble outside Pavilion Café, Victoria Park (west), E9 7DE at 11am

·         Family Cycle Training taster sessions, 1pm – 3pm.  No need to sign up – just turn up.  Bicycles also provided for those who need them.

·         Rollapaluza – a fun, fast-paced cycle challenge against the clock with prizes to be won – see

·         Watch a bike powered Smoothie maker.

·         Get your bike fixed by Dr Bike, and also learn basic cycle maintenance skills

·         Free refreshments

·         Plenty of cycle accessories to be given away

·         Find out about local cycling initiatives and forthcoming schemes.


Rob Morton
Active Travel Officer

London Borough Of TowerHamlets

Tel: 0207 364 6940

Mobile: 07949 442 396


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