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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Chiswick Bridge to Thames Barrier|
|Distance : miles (km)||22.53 (36.26)|
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|A great day out on in nice weather, and and a long one too if you stop off for refreshments, a civilised lunch and explore a little off the track around the old southern docks (Surrey Quays etc) like I did.
There are a few areas on the trip where you have to head inland from the river, and some places where the cycle track comes to an end due to construction. When you get near the O2 don't turn right towards the tube station, continue back to the river. I haven't bothered plotting the return trip but suggest you do the same route. I headed north of the river at Greewhich as it wasn't as nice.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Battersea Power Station, MI5 building, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Golden Hind, London Docklands, Cutty Sark, Thames Barrier and much, much more!
|Near By Cycle Shops|
|ST Pauls Bikehu Halfords|
|On Your BIke|
|Evans Cycles St. Pauls|
|On Your Bike|
|Putney Bikehut Halfords|
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|
|Anerley Bicycle Club|
|Herne Hill Youth Cycling Club|
|Kenton Road Club|
|Kingston Phoenix Road Club|
|London Clarion Cycle Club|
|posted by:escocia||Rating :||difficult :|
|Anyone fancy doing this with me one weekend then please email me. :)|