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Thursday 17 June 2004 4.24pm
anyone thinking of going on the sunrise bike ride on monday??
Thursday 17 June 2004 4.26pm
what sunrise bikeride on monday?
Thursday 17 June 2004 4.31pm
its on this website!! don't know much apart from that but sounds interesting.

look at the bike week 2004 section... scroll down to end of that report...

whaddya think?
Thursday 17 June 2004 6.47pm

it does dound fun - but early though... maybe join them on Tower Bridge?
Friday 18 June 2004 3.54pm
yeah, i was a bit worried about travelling through 'south central' in the middle of the night alone...
Friday 18 June 2004 5.09pm

if i am going to go i will post over the weekend.

maybe see ya!
Sunday 20 June 2004 7.33am
red bus Wrote:
> > it does dound fun - but early though... maybe
> join them on Tower Bridge?

This is a wonderful with great atmosphere's fourth year. About 250 people did it last year. It's the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, magical sunrise.

Several places to join in:

2am: Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich
2.30am: south end of London Bridge....(not Tower)
3am: Bar Italia Frith Street
4am: top of Primrose Hill
4.43am: sunrise!
6am: breakfast at the Island Cafe....junction of Southwark Bridge Road/Union Street

No need to book, just turn up, it's free....and a slow friendly ride. And that's 2am etc Monday morning 21 June....Sunday night/Monday morning.

Southwark Cyclists do rides - and more - all year round:

See you there.

Barry Mason
Southwark Cyclists
07905 889 005

Edited 1 times. Last edit at 20 June 2004 10.27am by James Hatts.

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