5 ideas for family biking fun in London this school holiday

Herne Hill Velodrome Holiday Club SE24
The much-loved Velodrome runs a long established and popular school holiday club for kids of 8-16, as well as (non-stabiliser) pedal bike sessions for 4-8 year olds, every Thursday 5-6pm and Saturday 1-2pm.
More information here

Richmond to Hampton Court bike ride
A West London family-friendly 8 mile jaunt, this route is manageable for all the family as it’s largely pretty flat. Either take the overground to Richmond or drive to Richmond Park and park the car there. You can cross over the river at Kingston and take in a bit of culture at Hampton Court Palace, before heading back to Richmond.

Track School Holiday Club, Lee Valley VeloPark E20
This club offers a full day course of fun games and activities to help riders (12-16yrs) progress and build confidence in track cycling. Cyclists will cover a range of basic skills including track etiquette, using track gradients and group riding skills finished off with basic track races. Limited places remaining.
More information here

Ride along the Regent’s Canal
Enjoy the colourful narrowboats in Little Venice, travel through Regent’s Park past the zoo, and onto buzzy Camden.
More information here

And finally, why not have a family bike clean and clearout?
Donate any old bikes to us at The Bike Project, and check out our range of secondhand bikes for all the family, including this Specialized Hotrock Girls 24″

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