Category Archives: Ride

Harrow Cyclists rides

Ebury Way family ride, 1 Jul 2018

Harrow Cyclists is leading a ride along the Ebury Way, an old railway route in Watford, on Sunday 1 Jul 2018.

We will meet outside Harrow & Wealdstone Station at 0945, Harrow side off Sandridge Close, HA3 5BP

  •  8 miles
  •  Hybrid (off road tyres), Hybrid (road tyres), Road
  •  2 hr 40 mins

Please register on letsride (

Liveable Neighbourhood rally – 7 Apr 2018

Harrow Cyclists rally and bike ride at the Civic Centre

We gathered outside the main entrance to the Civic Centre to show support for a Liveable Neighbourhood in Harrow.

A Liveable Neighbourhood should be pleasant and walkable, and include a cycle network with safe, convenient routes separated from motor vehicles. Our proposal would transform central Harrow to make it a healthy, people-friendly place to live, work and visit.

Our London Assembly member, Navin Shah, and five councillors and councillor candidates attended:

Sue Anderson – Greenhill ward (Labour)

Madeline Atkins – Greenhill ward (Green)

Chris Noyce – Rayners Lane ward (Liberal Democrats)

Pietro Rescia – Rayners Lane ward (Liberal Democrats)

Linda Robinson – Stanmore Park ward (Green)

The following councillors and candidates did not attend but provided messages of general support for cycling:

Sumit Chadda – support removal of through traffic from residential areas but not segregated cycle lanes along main roads or a controlled parking policy

Graham Henson – Roxbourne Ward, portfolio holder for the environment (Labour) – click here for full response on behalf of current administration

Manjibhai Kara – Belmont ward (Conservative)

Sanjay Karia – (Liberal Democrat)

Phillip O’Dell – Wealdstone ward (Labour)

Swati Patel – Roxbourne ward

Adam Swersky – West Harrow ward (Labour)

Emma Wallace – Greenhill ward (Green) – fully support

Georgia Weston – Headstone North ward (Independent) – fully support

Jeremy Leach, chair of London Living Streets, spoke of the welcome aim for a more sustainable transport mix in the Mayoral Transport Strategy, but that this needs to be implemented – which means that boroughs such as Harrow need to develop high quality Liveable Neighbourhood proposals.

The rally was followed by a bike ride around central Harrow led by Veronica, which included some small pieces of cycle infrastructure but showed how much work was needed to make Harrow cycle friendly.

Speech by Jeremy Leach, chair of London Living Streets

Harrow Cyclists ride to Hyde Park, 29 Apr 2018

This month Tony Levene is leading us into central London to enjoy the traffic-free cycle paths of Hyde Park. The ride will start at 10am outside Tesco, Hindes Road, Harrow, HA1 2TU. We’ll take a quiet route and there are plenty of stopping places, but bring water and snacks. You can do both ways (12 miles each way) or take the train for the return journey. Before the day please pump up your tyres, ensure that your brakes work and the wheels spin freely. Bring your Oyster card just in case, and a bike lock.

Please sign up on our letsride page:



Harrow Cyclists ride to the Rusty Bike Cafe, Sun 28 Jan 2018

Lovely Harrow Cyclists’ ride out on Sunday to the Rusty Bike Cafe in Uxbridge. The weather was so good we had our coffee outside! We discovered some of the unknown corners of NW London which you would never find if you weren’t on a bike. Great company with Tony, Kevin, Neal, Mick, Jackie, Corinne and Veronica. Thanks to Steph from The Bike Shop for the first photo. Not many thanks to Ealing for the most appalling piece of cycling ‘infrastructure’ – barriers on a cycle track, very difficult to negotiate and placed about every 50 metres along the track. Small wonder that people avoid it (as we did!). Tony is planning the next ride, so watch out for details.

Ride details on letsride:

Ride to Brent Cross 19 Nov 2017

Harrow Cyclists next ride will be to Brent Cross, on Sunday 19th November.

We will depart from the North Harrow Bike shop at 10am.

For more information and to register, visit