Join us this June for a free one-day event to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the bicycle. Bike to the Future takes place across three festival sites at Guildhall, Liverpool Street and Queen Street in the City of London. The three locations themed past, present and future, will celebrate all things cycling, explore the impact it’s had on London and provide a taste of what an urban future has to offer if cities truly embrace the bike.
Stalls, led-rides, competitions and demos will transform the city into a cycling destination for a day. We’ll be turning busy city streets into spaces that encourage people to stop, interact and discuss what London’s future might offer if streets were greener, less polluted and great places for people to meet, chat, walk and cycle.
And, we need LCC members and supporters to take part and help make it a day to remember! Bring your best or most unusual bike, dress in attire from your favourite cycling era. Take a guided journey through the festival’s past, present and future zones. Or even volunteer for the bike choir!
Bike to the Future is part of the City Cycling Festival (13-15 June 2018), organised by LCC in collaboration with the City of London over three days in Bike Week. The festival will be accompanied by the International Cycling History Conference, themed ‘The Future from the Past’, running across the three days of the festival.
All activities for Bike to the Future are free to attend.
To register your interest in attending with your veteran, vintage, retro or interesting bicycle, or for one of our free guided rides between the festival sites, see our website.
In partnership with City of London and Wheels for Wellbeing, sponsored by ofo UK.
Official Link: https://lcc.org.uk/pages/bike-to-the-future