In the month of September every year its Open house weekend, so we will take this opportunity to visit Trinity buoy wharf, located on the banks of the river Thames in East of London, within the borough of Tower Hamlets and the mouth of the River Lea. Here we will find London’s only light house, Container city, two coffee bars, the long player, the time and tide bell along with a multitude of art displays and sculptures and stunning views across London and the peninsula. During the ride to and from the Wharf we will be passing by many historical places, buildings, parks and liquid history and a tour of Bow Creek. Once at Trinity buoy wharf we will stop for refreshments and checkout the attractions which are free. We will be using the Woolwich and Greenwich foot tunnels to cross the river.
This steady paced social ride will be leaving Danson stables (carpark) at 10am aiming to reach back at around 3pm, this ride will be a slightly faster paced than the Healthy rides, however it will still not be too fast and we wait for all riders. 60% of the ride is along the Thames path on both the North and South of the river completing approx 28 miles. Harry leading - 07508640640
“All welcome” do come along you will be amazed by the sights.
Please ensure your bike is in a roadworthy condition, that the tyres are fully inflated and ideally you have at least one spare innertube, also that your seat is at the correct height, and that you are dressed for the weather for this time of year.
See link for Trinity Buoy Wharf - http://www.trinitybuoywharf.com/