Bike from Boleyn

The Bike from Boleyn Ride maintains the link between Boleyn (where West Ham United used to play) and the London Stadium by cycling along the Newham Greenway from the historic Boleyn Tavern to the new stadium on a match day. This is a short (about 3 miles), leisurely, mostly off road ride. You do not need to be going to the match to enjoy this ride. This ride replaces the ride which was postponed on 11 September

There will be a return ride after the match and for those who do not want to go to the football there will be an option of an off-road ride around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its surrounding green spaces with a refreshment stop.

If you would like to hire a bike for the pre-match part of the ride please contact There will be no charge.

Numbers are limited to 50.  to guarantee a place on this ride you can book on Eventbrite:

Please do not turn up to this event if you are displaying symptoms of Covid-19. The safety of our volunteers and participants is key to us.

We cannot take unaccompanied minors.

This ride is organised by Newham Cyclists which is part of the London Cycling Campaign in partnership with Bike from Boleyn and Pedal to the Pitch.

We may contact you after the ride to ask you about your experiences and will let you know more ways to sign up to information from the London Cycling Campaign

Bike from Boleyn

Our now twice yearly ride with the West Ham fans from the Bobby Moore statue to the London stadium, to maintain the relationship with the community around the old Boleyn ground. Riding to the match against Sheffield United.

Event starts at 11.00, ride departs at 13.00

Sign up here:

Clapton CFC Ride

Ride from the traditional and spiritual home of Clapton CFC (Spotted Dog) in Forest Gate to their temporary home (Stray Dog) in Walthamstow, to promote healthy and environmentally sustainable match-day travel, and maintain links with Forest Gate and Newham. All welcome.

Match against London Samurai.  Entry to the match is by £3 suggested donation.  You can also purchase an excellent programme for £2.

Sign up on the Eventbrite page –

Optional return ride at 5.30pm