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Hackney to Shepherd's Bush via parks and river Cycle Route



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Cycle Route Details
Route NameHackney to Shepherd's Bush via parks and river
Distance : miles (km)37.29  (60.01)
Duration(hh:mm)03:42
Difficulty
Posted ByT Jones
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityLondon
County/RegionLondon
Start LocationWell Street (A106), Hackney
End LocationGoldhawk Road (A402), Sheherd's Bush
Cycle Steps
This is a great route if the weather is good. Starting out in Hackney it takes in a lap (almost) of Victoria Park. It then cuts down to Canary Wharf for a loop around the skyscrapers. Then along the Thames until Battersea where a jump across the river, at Queenstown Road (A3216), takes you into Battersea Park. Then back over the bridge at Battersea Bridge Road (A3220) and a mosey through Chelsea Harbour, for all the rich women out for a run. Then across Wansworth Bridge (A217) (got a little lost here, and could have stayed on the A205) and found my way to Richmond Park. A lap around Richmond Park (lost again as I end up at Putney Bridge via Roehampton, could have cut through Barnes Common on the A306). From the south side of Putney Bridge I headed to Hammersmith Bridge then into Shepherd's Bush.
Nice
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
Victoria Park, Canary Wharf, River Thames, Battersea Park, Chelsea Harbour, Richmond Park.

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