London to Cambridge Charity Bike Ride

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This event has already taken place. Please feel free to use the maps below. See photos here.

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Come join the Peter Pedals London to Cambridge Bike Ride on 11th May to raise money for the International Disaster Fund of the British Red Cross. join

The ride will start from Tottenham Hale Station at 9.00am and after 100km of pedalling, end in the heart of Cambridge. poster6

(This is the distance I will be cycling 6 days a week for one year as I cycle round the world!)

The route is flat and ALL abilities are welcome  (I will be cycling with the slowest group).
FANCY DRESS is strongly encouraged.

Upper Crust (www.uppercrust.uk.com) have kindly donated baguettes and bottles of water for participants, so make sure you get to the start early in order to nab yourself a FREE LUNCHUpper Crust
There are some pubs and small shops along the route.

Suggested donation of £10 to take part.

I can proudly announce there will be five prizes –

These will be for the ‘Fastest Male Time’, ‘Fastest Female Time’, ‘Best, 2nd and 3rd, Photograph on Route’, ‘Best Fancy Dress’  and ‘Best Effort’.

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Maps 

To see an early version of the map click here and for Directions: London to Cambridge click here.

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Start:

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Finish:

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How to get there:

Trains: Tottenham Hale is on the London Liverpool Street to Cambridge Line. So either take the 7.21 from Cambridge or the 8.21 from London Liverpool Street to Seven Sister and then its a 5 minute cycle from there. Bikes go FREE on these trains.

Note:

People can also from cambridge get the:
8.04-9.01, this goes to straight to tottenham hale.
7.40-8.50 change at stansted airport to seven sisters ( very short cycle to tottenham hale- 4mins)
7.30-8.23 to finsbury park and cycle over from there. ( 19 mins)

From London, there are lots of different trains.

Cycle: If you live near by you could always cycle to to Tottenham Hale Station.

See also this event on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/events/359719117474516/

P.S. This is the distance I will be cycling 6 days a week for one year in my attempt to cycle round the world!

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13 Responses to London to Cambridge Charity Bike Ride

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  5. Team says:

    Will there be a similar ride in the future after this one?

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  9. BlueWombat says:

    hmmm, what do you think the reaction will be if 100 people turn up with their bikes to catch one of those trains?

    • Hey Blue Wombat

      Thanks for pointing this out. People can also from cambridge get the:
      8.04-9.01, this goes to straight to tottenham hale.
      7.40-8.50 change at stansted airport to seven sisters ( very short cycle to tottenham hale- 4mins)
      7.30-8.23 to finsbury park and cycle over from there. ( 19 mins)

      From London, there are lots of different trains.

      I will email this out on facebook and the website tomorrow evening.

      I hope this helps and do get in contact if you have any other questions.

      Peter

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