Category Archives: Rides and Events

Details of specific rides and events we plan and have done, along with details of good rides to try and cycle by bike in Hammersmith and Fulham. Historic information on older rides is on our old website.

HFCyclists Sunday Leisurely Ride from Hammersmith to Richmond Park

Front view of Pekoe Mellow Tea House
Front view of Pekoe Mellow Tea House

Sunday, 28/04/2019, 10 am

Pekoe Mellow Teah House, 22 Aldensley Road W6 0DH
Families and Children are welcome.

Join us on a leisurely ride from Hammersmith
to Richmond Park – Wimbledon Common – Roehampton – Barnes and back to Hammersmith.

We will start our ride from Brackenbury Village meeting at Pekoe Mellow Tea House. Come early to experience quality fresh teas and British ‘teatime’ treats inspired by the flavours of Sri Lanka accompanied by quality tea time refreshments.

About 10:15 am we will start our ride towards Richmond Park.

This ride will follow cycle paths along river Thames and quieter streets. We will stop for refreshments and break at Wimbledon Windmill.

Sunset Ride 15th June 2016


Join us for our Sunset Ride to Richmond Hill on the 15th of June!

This will be a leisurely ride from Hammersmith to Richmond Park. If any of the resident deer are so friendly to present themselves we will stop and have a look.  We will end up at the Roebuck on Richmond Hill where we will meet up with other West London Groups for for some drinks and laughs. Remember to bring lights for the ride back.

Meet from 7pm for 7.15 departure. At the observation platform overlooking the Thames at the end of Queen Caroline street, almost under Hammersmith Bridge. W6 9DA

Start Location Sunset Ride

Contact: Konstantinos on kparsalidis@gmail.com

07904 843 005

 

 

 

 

RideLondon 2013

On the weekend of 9/10 August 2013, the revamped, rescheduled and renamed annual festival of cycling supported by TfL RideLondon took place. The media focus was largely on the Sunday which saw Boris Johnson and around 16,000 others take part in a marathon style challenge to ride 100 miles in Surrey and back (via Hammersmith and Fulham over the flyover) and then a professional race later in the day.

We meanwhile, had a strong involvement in the Saturday even, a ‘freecycle’ enabling 50,000 people including many families with members young and old alike to cycle in safety and pleasure on closed roads around St James’s Park, along the embankment up to Tower Hill and back. 70 fellow riders accompanied us from out start in Brook Green.