This is a leisurely journey around the edges of Newham taking in the banks of three rivers (the Roding , the Thames and the Lea) and including a number of parks, opens spaces and sites of historic interest. It is mostly off road on paths or on quiet roads and is suitable for those who have started or are returning to cycling and wish to regain confidence. There are options to explore areas such as the Beckton Creekside and Bow nature reserves.
This ride is being put on by Newham Cyclists which is part of the London Cycling Campaign
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 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
Booking is essential. Please note 10am start.
Bike from Boleyn rides are intended to maintain the link between Upton Park and the London Stadium . This ride celebrates the end of a successful season for West Ham.
It is a socially distanced, leisurely, mostly off road or quiet road tour of sites connected with West Ham with a cafe stop opposite the London Stadium. It will end shortly before kick off . We start and finish at the 1966 statue . Approximately 10 miles.
Booking is essential:
Our regular ride around the borough
Our regular ride around the borough, taking in familiar sights and discovering hidden gems!
The first Newham Ride of the year, taking in sights of our borough that you might not otherwise discover!
Our regular ride around the borough. Easy riding, mostly off road. 20 miles.
This time it will will be a “reverse” or clockwise route to maximise coffee stop options in the second half – starting with a look at developments around the Olympic Park (which we have not covered for a long time), the Greenway, Beckton to the Royal Docks, and back up the Lea Valley.
Newham Ride with a West Ham FC theme…
We will start at the Greenway Common Cafe (aka the View Tube) at 10.00am and visit sites with a West Ham connection, using mostly off road paths but with some (quiet) road sections. We will end up at Central Park, the recently revamped Red Lion, formerly known as the Hammers. About 12 miles with plenty of stops, including for coffee or other refreshment. Expected finishing time between 2.00 and 3.00pm.