Newham

Cycling events and bike checks

On this page you can find out about group cycle rides around Newham and when and where you can get your bike safety checked and security marked.​​
Row of bikes

Bike marking and checks​

Fix your ride

Is a monthly stall on Woodgrange Market on Sebert Road in Forest Gate E7, run by volunteers from local group Newham Cyclists (part of the London Cycling Campaign) with initial support from the council. Volunteers help people learn how to maintain their own bike including how to fix a puncture, or improve brakes and gears, with aprons and gloves provided.

Stratford Town Centre Welcomes Cyclists


Cycle lane launch event

Date and time: Monday 25 February 2019, 1.30 - 7pm
Location: Next to the Railway Sculpture, 322 High Street, London E15 1AJ.

Find out about the new cycle lanes, changes to the road layout and our plan for Stratford.

Dr Bike mechanics will offer advice on bike maintenance and small repairs.

Free hot drinks to keep everyone warm. Drinks will be available until 5.30pm. And children are welcome to attend.



 

Newham Rides - discover Newham by bike

All rides are free and run by volunteers.
 
The Newham Rides are a leisurely and social way to view the scenic and architectural places of interests in Newham including:
  • The Greenway
  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
  • Three Mills (Grade I listed)
  • River Lea Park
  • Cody Dock
  • Bow Creek Ecology Park
  • Royal Docks
  • Thames Barrier Park
  • Brick Lane Music Hall
  • London City Airport
  • Siemens Crystal Urban Sustainability Centre
  • St Mary Magdalene Church (Grade I listed)
  • Beckton Alps

Sky Rides

British Cycling are continuing a series of led cycle rides in Newham in 2016, including tours of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and further afield.

All rides are free and are grouped in levels to suit everyone from beginners to experienced cyclists. Find and book spaces on a ride now.

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